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And Ace agreed to buy its New York-listed rival Chubb for $28.3 billion, the industry’s largest tie-up on record.
But energy stocks declined in response to the biggest slide in oil prices since April.
Stock markets rebound as Greece's prime minister says he will accept most of Europe's bailout terms and the US publishes good jobs figures.
James Clunie of Jupiter Asset Management thinks China may devalue the renminbi, a massive move that would rock stock markets.
HM Revenue & Custom is scrutinising savings accounts and property sales for evidence of tax avoidance.
This has been a busy year for investment trust launches. James Carthew looks at some of the new offerings that haven't received the fanfare afforded to Woodford Patient Capital.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary of stocks, including Halfords and Direct Line.
Investors held out hope for an agreement to keep Greece in the euro even as it veered close to a potential debt default.
And Willis Group and Towers Watson are to combine in $18 billion deal.
Fears of the damage a Greek euro exit could cause saw the FTSE 100 fall, although there was good news on the UK economy.
Four months after his last Budget, chancellor George Osborne plans more tax and pension changes for his first fully 'Tory' statement.
The National Employment Savings Trust (Nest) outlines a policy that would allow pensioners to access cash, invest their money and provide a guaranteed income in later life.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary of stocks, including ITV and STV Group.
And buyers paid record valuations for US takeover targets, as M&A activity soared to unprecedented levels in the first half of the year.
Financials was the worst S&P sector, with JP Morgan Chase down 2.5%, followed by Wells Fargo, which declined 2.4%.