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Banks drive FTSE higher on Italian bailout
Banks rise to top of FTSE 100 after Italian government agrees deal to bail out failing lenders.
Capita shares jump after £888m funds sale
Shares in outsourcing giant rise as analysts hail high price secured for fund administration business.
The Accumulator: Brexit leaves FTSE trailing
One year on from the Brexit vote and the FTSE 100 may be up, but it's trailing well behind other major overseas markets.
Imagination helps small caps buck falls on sale plans
Chip maker helps small cap stocks buck wider market falls, after announcing it has put its entire business up for sale.
Pound jumps on Haldane's support for 2017 rate rise
Bank of England economist makes significant intervention in debate over interest rates, sending pound climbing.
Provident plunge hits Woodford, Barnett and Darwall
Big name fund managers Neil Woodford, Mark Barnett and Alexander Darwall hit by plunge in shares of doorstep lender Provident Financial.
May clings to power with DUP deal as gamble backfires
Conservatives reportedly strike deal with Democratic Unionists to form government after losing majority in snap election.
Pound's fall boosts FTSE but domestic stocks dive
FTSE 100 gains boost from sterling's slump as election results point to hung parliament, but domestic stocks hit hard.
Election 2017: how markets could react to 3 scenarios
Tory landslide, narrow victory or hung parliament? Different polls have pointed to all three. Here's how markets could respond.
FTSE falls as vote looms but bank bailout no worry
The FTSE 100 retreats 46 points to 7,478 as UK prepares to go to the polls tomorrow but there was no upset by Santander's bailout of Spanish rival Popular.
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.
Why this ex-UBS private banker blew the whistle
Bradley Birkenfeld discusses the importance of whistle blowers to society and shares his past experiences with UBS.
The time has come for innovative fund fees
With the FCA study around the corner, Orbis director Dan Brocklebank takes a look at how firms could alter their fee structures to improve the industry's reputation.
How should research be priced in a post-Mifid II world?
Being Mifid II-ready has become a competitive advantage which will set firms apart, according to Brij Malkan from BCA research.