The Greek debt crisis is urgent but containable, we're told. But if risk is back 'on' after this weekend, perhaps investors have bigger worries?
Frontier markets have streaked ahead of emerging markets in recent years. What's driving the superior returns and can they last?
Financials was the worst S&P sector, with JP Morgan Chase down 2.5%, followed by Wells Fargo, which declined 2.4%.
Changing government subsidies don't hurt renewable energy investment companies, although the high-income funds face other issues.
Old Mutual's Richard Buxton believes a Conservative government will favour UK investors while the threat of a UK exit from the European Union will not happen.
China's over -eated stock market has tumbled more than 20% in the past fortnight, officially entering a 'bear' crash.
And buyers paid record valuations for US takeover targets, as M&A activity soared to unprecedented levels in the first half of the year.
The Dow Jones follows the FTSE 100 into the red after a Europe-wide sell-off prompted by Greece shutting its banks and stockmarket.
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This week we look at Greggs, Liontrust, MS International, Keywords Studios and Parity.
Japan’s Topix index plunged 2.7% as the yen jumped 1% against the dollar and 2.7% against the euro.
And Britain’s scandal-hit banks are losing their position in world markets.
And central bank watchers believe strong jobs data this week will all but confirm a US rate rise this September.
And the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told his fellow citizens last night he would call a referendum on the bailout accord.
FTSE 100 pares losses while eurozone markets post gains on renewed hopes a deal between Greece and its creditors can be struck.
Former pensions minister and Institute for Fiscal Studies criticise Tory plans to restrict pensions tax relief for top earners.
David Gait, manager of the top-performing Pacific Assets Trust, warns investors about the implications of Tesla’s Powerpack and the frothy state of Asian stock markets.
Revival of smaller company investment trusts gathers pace while emerging market funds look 'cheap'.
More than eight in 10 trust investment trust directors own shares in the funds they serve. But does their share dealing tell us anything?
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including London Stock Exchange and Stagecoach.
But healthcare stocks rallied after the US Supreme Court upheld tax subsidies key to President Obama's signature healthcare reform law.