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Fund manager Richard Buxton buys back into Shire after its failed takeover by Abbvie. Ebola scare knocks FTSE but index is up on the week.
More good US corporate results spurred the FTSE 100 higher, offsetting consumer gloom and falling shares in Tesco and Unilever.
World markets strengthened again, with the FTSE 100 up 25 points, following more encouraging company news from the US.
The FTSE 100 sped 105 points higher on a report that the European Central Bank plans stronger action to avoid a depression.
Bruce Stout believes quantitative easing has caused the UK to become caught in a liquidity trap.
Tesco advances on reports that private equity bidders are eyeing the beleaguered grocer.
World markets extended yesterday’s turnaround but a profits warning from Rolls-Royce underlined the economic uncertainty.
A fall in eurozone inflation alarmed investors but markets recovered after a Fed official said US dollar printing could be extended.
Catherine Raw, co-manager of BlackRock World Mining (BRWM), admits it could have said more about the problems at London Mining.
Triple dose of bad news from the US sparks global growth fears. Shire shares hammered after Abbvie reconsiders bid.