Friday Papers: Big companies warn on China slowdown
And the US economy appeared in stronger shape in the second quarter, triggering the possibility of a rate rise as early as September.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street pares early losses to end flat
Procter & Gamble, Facebook and Whole Foods Market all fell after quarterly reports.
FCA hires PRA director as supervision boss
The FCA has appointed former FSA supervisor Megan Butler as director of supervision to replace Tracey McDermott on an interim basis.
Gov't urges public to reveal pension exit fees experience
The government has urged the public to share information on their experiences with pension exit fees and transfers as part of its consultation on the issues.
Chocolate maker faces bitter fight over plans to close DB scheme
Chocolate maker giant Nestlé has been told to halt plans to close its defined benefit scheme.
Gov't eyes smoother pension transfer process
The government has sought views on creating a slicker transfer process for money purchase and cash balance schemes.
Gov't sets out strategy to tackle ‘excessive’ pension exit fees
The government has set out its strategy to tackle excessive or disproportionate early pension exit fees, which could lead to a cap on all early exit charges.
Vanguard scraps upfront charge on LifeStrategy range
Vanguard has abolished charges on its entire Vanguard LifeStrategy fund range.
FCA bans convicted trader over Libor rigging
The Financial Conduct Authority has banned former Rabobank trader Lee Stewart following his criminal conviction for fraud.
M&G suffers £2.7bn outflow from Optimal Income fund
Investors appear to have become concerned about a decline in performance in Richard Woolnough's fund, reducing its assets to £20.9 billion.