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Pound recovers ground after Tory U-turn on care
Pound regains footing above $1.30 mark as Conservatives say social care costs will be capped following backlash against 'dementia tax'.
FTSE recovers and pound gains from Trump slump
The FTSE 100 was on track for fourth week of gains after yesterday's bout of Trump nerves. Sterling was strong against weaker dollar.
FTSE falls as Trump 'witch hunt' gathers strength
FTSE 100 curbs losses after good US economic data offsets some of the turmoil surrounding Donald Trump's presidency.
Woodford banks on builders' yield with new fund
Neil Woodford is drawn to high yields on offer by house builders, as he unveils all the stocks in his new Income Focus fund.
Trump impeachment risk sees FTSE turn south
FTSE 100 falls over fears US president could be impeached over James Comey sacking. British Land hit by warning of Brexit uncertainty.
Labour's manifesto plans: do the sums add up?
Labour claims it will raise enough in taxes to pay for its planned £48.6 billion in extra spending a year. But others aren't so sure.
Vodafone powers FTSE to record high on dividend rise
Investors shrug off €6.1 (£5.2) billion annual loss as 2% rise in dividend takes telecommunications giant to 5.8% yield.
'Easter effect' powers big jump in inflation to 2.7%
Air price rises power big jump in inflation due to this year's late Easter, outpacing wage growth.
Cyber security stocks rally after WannaCry attack
Shares in Sophos and NCC jump amid rally for cyber security firms after WannaCry attack his NHS trusts and infects 200,000 computers.
Soaring oil helps BP and Shell drive FTSE to new high
Oil rallies as Saudi Arabia and Russia extend production cuts, helping BP and Shell drive FTSE 100 to new all-time high.
IBT's Craig on the Trump impact for biotech
Ailsa Craig of the International Biotechnology trust highlights the M&A activity seen in the biotechnology sector this year.
Changing fees: What is the best way to charge clients?
Before buying anything, it is only natural to want to know how much exactly it is going to cost, so why should this not be the case in wealth management as well?
Conservative manifesto: values are first Brexit casualty
Theresa May came not to praise Thatcher but to bury her
Why the end of Trump trade is good for markets
While the Trump trade looks to be in real trouble, but GAM multi-asset boss Julian Howard is not losing any sleep an