Consumer discretionary stocks declined 0.5% after disappointing results from a trio of retailers in Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Signet Jewelers.
And the City’s most influential investor groups raise stakes in challenge to Sports Direct board.
Investors continued to dump stock market funds last month although the overall level of post-‘Brexit’ withdrawals reduced, new figures show.
Edinburgh Partners' Dale Robertson has stepped down as manager of the underperforming European Investment Trust.
Investment supermarket AJ Bell Youinvest has scrapped its fixed fees, reducing costs for pensioners but penalising wealthy fund investors.
Pharmaceutical shares slide after Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton attacks Mylan of the US for 'outrageous' price hike.
Life insurance consolidator says it will be easier to run its business in the UK rather than the Jersey and Cayman offshore centres it has used.
A round-up of analyst commentary on shares, including Hikma Pharmaceuticals.
And treasury proposal may fine tax evaders up to 200% of amount owed.
Mylan shares were off 4.3% as political pressure mounted on the company in the wake of price increases for its EpiPen allergy treatment.
The FTSE 100 shed ground as miners retreated in response to a fall in profits at Glencore but there was better news at ad agency WPP.
Workers at Prudential to take industrial action after pension group announced plans to move jobs to India.
Lloyds chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio is to apologise to the bank’s 75,000 staff after it was alleged he had an affair on a business trip.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including JRP Group and Rank.
And big banks are planning to coin new digital currency to clear and settle financial trades over blockchain.
Materials were the best performing sector, led by a 4.8% climb in CF Industries.
As passive funds attract investors in record numbers, we've taken a look at some of the bestsellers.
Upbeat numbers from Persimmon help quell fears over the impact of the 'Brexit' vote on house builders.
Financial Conduct Authority and other regulators pledge to tackle growing number of frauds following last year's pension freedom reforms.
Most people who have dipped into their retirement savings are unprepared for future care costs, new figures suggest.