But 'the Ghost of Christmas Past should not be forgotten,' warns Bank of England governor.
Lloyds Banking Group has raised approximately £680 million through the sale of its last remaining stake in national advice group St James’s Place.
Outflows from Neil Woodford’s Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds have hit nearly £2 billion since the star fund manager announced his departure, according to reports.
And EADS to cut 5,800 jobs at its defence businesses and close sites in Paris, Munich, Spain and Britain as to lift its lagging profit margins. (updated with Questor share tips)
Shares gained after speeches from policymakers signalled Fed may be closer than previously thought to trimming its $85 billion a month in bond purchases.
FTSE 100 struggles to take off despite gains on Wall Street overnight and more mixed data on China's economy.
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Lloyds Banking Group is to offload the last of its remaining stake in national advice group St James's Place.
The Financial Services Consumer Panel has called for the government and regulator to reform the structure of the annuity market after conducting a year-long study which found that the market did ‘not work well for the majority of consumers’.
Mining companies weigh on FTSE 100 despite upbeat updates on the Chinese economy.
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