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Miners drive FTSE higher but Admiral slumps
Miners track rallying metal prices to drive FTSE 100 higher, but Admiral slumps after posting only marginal profit increase.
Pound recovers ground as wages close inflation gap
Wage growth edges higher to 2.1% in June but still lags inflation, continuing the squeeze on household finances.
Next slumps as analysts warn of 'Kodak moment'
Shares in Next tumble to bottom of FTSE 100 as Berenberg draws parallels between clothing retailer and camera maker's woes.
Banks lead FTSE fightback after North Korea sell-off
FTSE 100 recovers some ground from last week's sell-off on North Korea fears, with shares in banks leading the way.
FTSE slumps as Trump ramps up North Korea rhetoric
FTSE 100 extends slump as US president Donald Trump says earlier threat to unleash 'fire and fury' on North Korea 'wasn't tough enough'.
The Expert View: Prudential, Glencore and Go-Ahead
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Savills and Card Factory.
FTSE sell-off gathers strength on North Korea fears
FTSE 100 sheds more than 100 points as sell-off sparked by North Korea tensions spreads to US.
US tensions with North Korea rattle markets
North Korea considering strike on US Pacific territory, hours after Donald Trump pledged to meet threat with 'fire and fury'.
FTSE nears record high after jolt from US jobs
FTSE 100 closes just shy of record high after afternoon boost from US jobs figures that sparked dollar rally.
Miners drive FTSE higher, Paddy Power Betfair slumps
Rise in steel and iron ore prices drive mining stocks to top of FTSE 100, while Paddy Power Betfair drops on departure of boss.
A lack of creativity is holding back wealth management
Kurtosys CEO Mash Patel feels wealth firms and asset management firms could be more imaginative when it comes to presenting data.
SJP: how to make huge profits from your own funds
Financial services group St James’s Place is charging annual management fees for its funds which are often several times larger than the amount it is paying the external fund managers who actually manage the money.
SEI: UK wealth management at a 'crossroads'
Outsourcing firm SEI says firms need to make acquisitions and outsource to survive, based on interviews with C-suite wealth firm executives.