Saturday Papers: PwC settles $5.5bn fraud detection lawsuit
And Fed chair Janet Yellen said that the case for an interest rate hike in 2016 has 'strengthened'.
FTSE gains after Yellen states 'strengthening' case for US rate rise
Stock markets advanced and the dollar fell after Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said case for raising interest rates had strengthened.
Neil Veitch: five UK stocks for a Brexit
Neil Veitch, manager of the top performing SVM UK Opportunities fund, picks out five stocks to watch as the economy prepares for Brexit.
Schroders bond man Gareth Isaac exits
Isaac was with Schroders for five years and managed its £763 million inflation linked bond fund.
IFA starts Manchester Next Gen group to promote profession
Manchester-based adviser James Wetherall has started up a North West group of Nextgen Planners and has organised a roundtable in October.
Brexit sparks £39bn loss in world's biggest pension fund
Brexit volatility and US job stats hit Japan’s £977 billion Government Pension Investment Fund to the tune of £39.3 billion in Q1 2016 alone.
James Hay chief: platform rivals ‘don’t make any money’
The firm claims it is better placed to deal with market challenges than its competitors.
LGIM turns up heat on Sports Direct with voting announcement
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has piled pressure on Sports Direct, revealing it will vote against the re-election of its chairman and all its non-executive directors next month.
Friday Papers: EU plans levy on search engines
And the City’s most influential investor groups raise stakes in challenge to Sports Direct board.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street slips ahead of Yellen speech
Consumer discretionary stocks declined 0.5% after disappointing results from a trio of retailers in Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Signet Jewelers.