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Actor Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter films, is contesting a tax bill after he was blocked from trying to shield some of his earnings from the 50p top tax rate.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Associated British Foods and Shawbrook.
And FTSE 100 rebounds and pound rises after savage two-day Brexit rout.
The Dow Jones rose 269 points, with Financials and tech shares among the top gaining sectors.
Investors spent 17.5 years worth of normal activity trading funds and shares on the firm's Vantage platform last Friday.
FTSE 100 and pound rebound after two days of heavy losses following 'Brexit' vote, with stricken FTSE 250 also recovering some ground.
Former BHS owner Philip Green ‘continued to press’ pensions minister Ros Altmann via text message, evidence sent to MPs reveals.
Labour leader set to face a leadership challenge after losing confidence of MPs. Meanwhile leading Conservatives prepare to launch their bids for the Tory leadership.
With stockmarket turbulence making pension investors nervous, more people are opting for capital guarantees, although they’re not always worth it.
Dismayed by 'Brexit' but excited by investment opportunities, Gavin Lumsden makes a change to Citywire's Top Trusts portfolio.
Nick Train says international focus of many of companies in Finsbury Growth & Income investment trust helped cushion blow of market sell-off.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including ITV and Foxtons.
And UK loses triple-A credit rating after Brexit vote as pound hits 31-year low despite chancellor’s attempts to soothe markets.
Banking stocks, along with material shares, led losses amid uncertainty over London's future as the region's financial capital.
Pound and FTSE 100 sell-off gathers strength on fallout from 'Brexit' vote, while 'mid cap' stocks take a hammering.
Global stock markets dived on Friday, and so did many funds, but others managed equally remarkable gains.