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Expert View Special: 8 AIM high yielders for your ISA
Here are eight of 10 'super' yielding stocks on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) identified by Allenby Capital.
Insurers fall and Hargreaves soars as Osborne reforms savings
Legal & General and Just Retirement dropped like stones but Hargreaves Lansdown leaped after the Budget changes to ISAs and annuities.
FTSE recovers as Putin sticks with Crimea
Britain's FTSE 100 recovers to rise 0.9% after Russian president Vladimir Putin says he's no plans to seize more of the Ukraine.
House builders rally as FTSE weathers Ukraine tensions
Financial markets had already priced in Crimea's vote to split fom Ukraine, said traders, as markets start the week on a high.
Russia and Ukraine exposed stocks fall as FTSE sags
UK's blue chip index heads for sixth consecutive day lower as investor morale hit by concerns about both China and Ukraine.
Supermarket shares offloaded after Morrisons ‘meltdown’
Share sell-off put on pause, but investors continue to buy into perceived safe havens of gold and Japanese yen.
Pru shines as investors seek safe havens, shun FTSE
Prudential shares sparkle after the investment giant's results but worries about China and the Ukraine knock the FTSE 100.
Global markets slump as China's exports slow
(UPDATE) Pound falls as deputy Bank of England governor says further gains would harm the UK's 'rebalancing towards net exports'.
The Expert View: Goals Soccer Centres, Anglo American and Aga
Our daily roundup of analysts' share recommendations and commentary, also including Headlam and Michael Page International.
Gold dips, FTSE 100 volatile after US jobs data
US labour report seen as supporting Federal Reserve's current pace of stimulus 'tapering'.
Profile: Psigma's Edinburgh boss on why he is in Scotland long term
When Tim Wishart agreed to launch an Edinburgh office for Psigma he was not expecting to head the company’s first overseas team
Profile: why Chris Wyllie joined Connor Broadley
Professional footballers are not renowned for their financial acumen, but former Millwall player James Connor is an exception to the rule