It was a poor week for stocks and shares. Our exclusive data table shows how UK investors fared in global markets.
It isn't a shock that the state pension age may need to rise earlier than planned, the surprise will be if we even receive it at all.
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And LSE shareholders say there is no need for board overhaul if tie-up tanks.
And Samsung damps investor hopes of structural changes as the group is unlikely to alter governance while de facto leader JY Lee faces charges.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Halma and GVC.
The Dow component UnitedHealth Group plunged 1%, chipping away 12 points from the blue-chip index.
And shoppers started spending again in February after two months of falling figures.
Next tops the FTSE 100 amid investor relief results did not contain further stocks, while strong sales for UK retail sector buoys sentiment.
A survey of global fund managers showed a record majority believed equities were overvalued before markets tipped back this week.
John Cridland report recommends increases in state pension age should be accelerated and rise from 67 to 68 between 2037 and 2039.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Kingfisher and Xaar.
And a terror attack on UK parliament leaves 5 dead and 40 injured.
Apple rose 1.7% and provided the biggest boost to the three major indexes.
Star fund manager tells House of Lords committee investors are ready to back early-stage businesses with the right incentives.
Banks worst hit by broad-based sell-off, as investors take their cue from biggest fall in US markets this year.
John Cridland's review of the state pension age has reportedly rejected calls for a variable start date depending on personal circumstances.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including OneSavings Bank and 888 Holdings.
And global funds think equities overvalued but keep buying, as US markets take a dive.