Fund manager Richard Buxton buys back into Shire after its failed takeover by Abbvie. Ebola scare knocks FTSE but index is up on the week.
Mark Slater, chief investment officer of Slater Investments, has spotted value in The Walt Disney Company (DIS.N).
The prime minister has rejected a European Union request for the UK to pay more money to balance its budget.
The UK economy grew by 0.7% in the third quarter, down from 0.9% in the previous three months, but enough to keep economists moderately satisifed.
The Bank of England has published a three-step plan for bring banks back from the brink of failure in future.
Caterpillar Inc jumped 5% after profit beat forecasts and the machinery maker raised its full-year profit forecast.
And Tesco withholds £2 million payout to former bosses as accounting scandal sparks 92% fall in profits.
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More good US corporate results spurred the FTSE 100 higher, offsetting consumer gloom and falling shares in Tesco and Unilever.
City regulator intends to ban and fine a former financial adviser after he ‘recklessly’ recommended high-risk investments
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(Update with comment) Tesco's chairman is off after a 92% slump in profits and its new boss warns things could get worse.
MPs on the Treasury Select Committee criticise regulators, auditors but above all the Co-op Bank for its attempt to buy Lloyds TSB branches.
Lloyds Banking Group is to axe 9,000 jobs as part of a three-year plan to cut costs and move more services online.
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Biogen Idec fell 5.4% after sales of its multiple sclerosis drug, Tecfidera, fell short of lofty expectations.
And China’s outbound direct investment is for the first time set to exceed investment into the country.
World markets strengthened again, with the FTSE 100 up 25 points, following more encouraging company news from the US.
China's disappointing growth figures could ironically prove positive, says one investor.
Peer-to-peer platforms say savers will benefit most from government plans to let them shake up the ISA market.