News by: Chris Marshall
Shares volatile ahead of US Federal Reserve policy-setting meeting.
Resolution climbs to top of FTSE after analyst price upgrade. Markets focus on mid-week Fed decision and comments.
Wall Street rally leads to gains in Asia, emerging markets and Europe.
European markets follow Japan and China lower as World Bank cuts global growth forecasts and stimulus fears linger.
Investors find little fresh reason to buy into UK shares after yesterday's steep fall.
(UPDATE) Wall Street follows European and Asian markets lower as investors take profits and seek cash.
Gains on US and European markets capped by fall-out from weak China data.
(UPDATE) Non-farm payrolls narrowly beat market expectations, but not enough to concern investors that the Fed will scale back QE.
Stock markets fell after a downbeat update from the European Central Bank. The FTSE 100 dropped 83 points as financial shares retreated.
FTSE and other European markets rise as investors take a sunnier view on the fate of Fed stimulus.