(Update) Alliance Trust flings more mud at its largest shareholder as it issues a circular to investors ahead of next month's showdown.
After widespread price falls for commodities, some believe they have dropped too far and are set for a rebound.
FTSE 100 had hit all-time high on Monday but it's been all downhill from there, as index closes 2.4% down over the week.
Baillie Gifford's Citywire A-rated Charles Plowden gets job of reviving Monks investment trust after a long period of poor performance.
Manager Paul Marriage saw his fund halve in size last year as investors fled smaller companies.
And Eurozone must become a "United States of Europe" in order to secure its future, says PIMCO, manager of world's largest bond fund.
And Mark Carney becomes latest BoE senior official to reject chief economist Andy Haldane's claims over interest rate cut.
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And the Bank of England has warned that a global liquidity storm could endanger financial stability if investors suddenly demanded their money back.
Support from economic data and earnings help indexes recover from sharp intraday losses.
City regulator confirms plans to create 'pensions dashboards' to enable savers to view all their retirement savings in one place.
Neil Woodford and other leading fund managers backed a £130 million fund raising by private equity group Oakley Capital.
Investors pulled money out of funds investing in the UK and US last month as stock markets hit a high.
All major stock markets fell, and almost every FTSE 100 stock was in the red as fears over geopolitics and technology valuations weighed.
Retirees who strip their pension of cash could pay punitive tax on emergency codes and have to wait a year to get back their money.
New City High Yield Fund boasts among the biggest payouts of all trusts. Ian Francis discusses how he plans to keep the income flowing.
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A rout in technology and biotech stocks sent the Nasdaq to its biggest one-day decline in nearly a year.
And the Greece will not receive €1.2 billion in European rescue funds after officials ruled the Leftist government had no legal claims on the cash.
Investec analyst says cheapness of bank shares 'no longer overwhelming'. FTSE 100 flat in afternoon's trading.