Data in China suggested the country’s central bank may have less need to loosen monetary policy.
And the oil price may have reached its floor after touching decade-low levels this year, according to Fatih Birol, executive director of the IMF.
And Sir Philip Green summoned to parliament to answer questions about sale of BHS and pensions.
Most of the top-performing investment trust's new buys have been unquoted stocks, and more could be on the cards.
Fund sales have collapsed in the worst 'ISA season' on record, as nervous investors took fright at volatile markets.
And the eurozone’s battered economy enjoyed an unexpected growth spurt at the start of the year - with output rising faster than in Britain and the US.
Bank leads FTSE 100 lower after £1.2 billion dividend payment to government drags it into heavy loss.
Investors in an unregulated investment scheme based in Costa Rica face a wait to see how much they have lost, as a rescue deal could be reached by next month.
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And Europe has been bad for growth, Brexit economists have claimed.
Stocks fell early in the day on the Bank of Japan’s decision to hold steady in the face of soft global demand and a rise in the yen.
Discounts on European investment trusts have widened as worries over the continent weigh on investors.
New figures from the taxman indicate the initial dash for pension cash has subsided.
As Brazil's stock market races ahead, is it finally time for investors to back the embattled country?
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And Samsung profits jump 14% on success of Galaxy S7 smartphone.
The tech sector remained the largest weight on the market after Apple slumped more than 6%.
Prime minister says savers are hampered by 'a sense they don't understand the fees and charges'.