Friday Papers: ECB prolongs QE but €60bn a month only
And spread betters are hit again as Germany unveiled contracts-for-difference crackdown.
Overnight Markets: US stocks rise again to new records
Shares gained in response to upbeat labour market data and amid hopes the Trump administration will usher in tax cuts and fiscal stimulus.
FTSE and pound rally after ECB trims stimulus
Markets respond well to move by European Central Bank to cut its bond-buying stimulus policy. Capita slumps after profits alert.
Caerus in talks over sale to Old Mutual Wealth
The Caerus network has been in talks over a sale to Old Mutal Wealth.
Woolnough: Why I favour the US and Europe over the UK
The UK's capital markets are becoming less important in the world, according to leading bond manager Richard Woolnough.
Aviva set to win from GARs underperformance, says RBC
Note from RBC Capital Markets says the fund range is 'driving the turnaround' of Aviva Global Investors.
Old Mutual Wealth retirement planning expert Walker to retire
Pension industry veteran Adrian Walker will retire after 27 years at Old Mutual Wealth.
Manager reaction: ECB extends QE with taper twist
Fund managers priced in bond-buying deadline being pushed out, but fear taper talk will remain firm focus of discussions.
MPs table motion over FCA's handling of Connaught scandal
SNP MP Kirsten Oswald tables motion to debate Financial Conduct Authority's handling of the Connaught scandal.
Consumers still confused as to who pays advisers, research shows
True Potential research shows 41% of people seeking financial advice believe advisers are paid on commission
Henderson's Hermon: Getting back on track after Brexit
Citywire A-rated manager Neil Hermon reveals his top smaller companies picks and how he has navigated the fallout from the UK's EU referendum vote.
Novia: don't shake up platform fees at the cost of transparency
Novia chief executive Bill Vasilieff explains why platform fee should not be overhauled if it means less transparency.
Adviser Profile: Andrew and Sarah Elson of Beaufort Financial Planning
Despite upheaval following the Honister network’s collapse, Andrew and Sarah Elson’s principled and personal approach has left Beaufort Financial Planning in better shape than ever