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Pimco reveals US regulator could bring civil charges after investigation into valuation of holdings in Total Return ETF.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Weir and JD Sports.
Energy stocks were the biggest losers, with Exxon Mobil and Chevron leading the decline after reporting poor results on Friday.
And former City trader Tom Hayes has been sentenced to 14 years in jail after becoming the first person to be convicted of rigging the Libor interest rate.
Invesco, Ruffer and Standard Life Investments among groups backing the latest company brought to AIM by Marwyn Value Investors.
Two of Aberdeen Asset Management's popular Asia funds feature in Tilney Bestinvest's Spot the Dog study of underperfoming funds.
Government says it wants to tackle the 'advice gap' that has priced some savers out of financial advice.
Continued rally in Rolls-Royce shares on hopes activist investor ValueAct will urge cost cuts isn't enough to lift FTSE 100 out of red.
Aberforth Smaller Companies investment trust hails a significant moment for the economy as businesses start to deploy their piles of cash.
Gavin Lumsden explains how the Citywire Top Trusts portfolio is making headway after a poor start.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at WH Ireland, Hibernia REIT, Penna Consulting and Coats.
Energy shares fell after Iran claimed it will be able to bolster crude production a week after sanctions are lifted.
And Greek investors expect a tumultuous day’s trading when Athens’ stock market reopens on Monday after a five-week shutdown.
And disastrous losses on the Shanghai exchange are leading to concern that the era of runaway Chinese growth is faltering
And an American activist investor ValueAct has become the largest shareholder of troubled engineering giant Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce shares jump as activist investor reveals stake in troubled aircraft engine manufacturer. Lloyds floats plans for special dividends.