Global markets snapped a woeful run today, after a week when investors fled shares for bonds and gold.
Paras Anand says that, unlike previous slumps, this market sell-off presents opportunity to seize on beaten-up areas of the market.
Stock market turmoil continues to throw up opportunities as shares in private equity giant 3i Group trade on first discount in three years.
Rolls-Royce helps FTSE 100 rebound, soaring despite halving dividend, as fears of sixth profit warning in two years fail to materialise.
And major central banks tear up interest rate plans as market turmoil forces them into reverse.
And the Independent is closing its daily and Sunday newspapers, ending their 30-year spell as campaigning voices in UK media.
Chancellor George Osborne faces a rebellion within his own party over plans to cut pension tax relief, reports suggest.
High yielding real estate investment trust reports strong interest in its share offer despite rocky stock markets.
The marketing company founded by the creators of Tesco Clubcard is struggling and taking a toll on Artemis Alpha investment trust.
Target Healthcare Reit snaps up three care homes and invests two thirds of the £31 million it recently raised from shareholders.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Dunelm and Dairy Crest.
Stocks pared losses late in the session after reports OPEC was ready to cooperate on crude oil production cuts, citing the UAE energy minister.
And Rio Tinto chief has warned miners to prepare themselves for extended downturn.
FTSE dives back into the red, weighed down by miners as Rio Tinto scraps progressive dividend policy.
Manager of Allianz Technology investment trust warns social media giant Twitter is in crisis as user numbers stall.
Neil Woodford becomes latest to warn over bank dividends, as their shares take a pummelling and Barclays faces scrutiny over its payout.
The main challenge of pension freedom is ensuring you don’t outlast your savings. It’s an even bigger problem when markets are in turmoil.
Sue Lewis, member of panel reviewing the provision of financial advice, insists a return to commission payments is not on the agenda.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Greene King and Marshalls.
And Yellen hinted further rate rises on hold amid plunging markets but refused to rule out return to modest increases.