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AA share price crash latest blow to Neil Woodford
Fund manager hit by third stock upset after AA Group fires executive chairman Bob Mackenzie for gross misconduct and lowers full-year forecasts.
FTSE falters but pound rallies on weak US data
UK stock market ends week on downbeat note after weak US inflation figures and uninspiring results from Wall Street banks.
The Expert View: RBS, Tesco and Burberry
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Barratt Developments and Schroders.
Music royalty fund delays flotation by three weeks
Hipgnosis Songs Fund extends its initial public offer until 1 August to give second big investor time to do due diligence.
Pound falls: weak data undermine case for rate rise
Good US jobs data lift FTSE 100 but blue chip index struggles to make headway as sharp drop in oil price offsets the boost from weak pound.
FTSE falters after Fed splits and ECB uneases bonds
(Update) The FTSE 100 and global markets step back in response to uncertainty over central bank interest rate policies in US and Europe.
FTSE firm as Worldpay falls to $10bn bid
FTSE 100 edged higher as shares in Worldpay Group plunged 9% after bid battle for Britain's largest payment processor did not unfold.
Worldpay soars as bidders circle Buxton stock
FTSE 100 drifts lower despite shares in Britain's largest payment processor soaring 22% on takeover approaches.
Miners lift FTSE, pound falls on manufacturing data
UK shares start second half of year in positive form but one fund manager trims UK holdings citing toppy valuations.
Sterling falls, FTSE slips as UK faces ‘moment of truth’
George Soros, billionaire speculator who ‘broke the Bank of England’ in 1992, predicts Brexit could be reversed if economic damage is too high.
Criminal Finances Act 2017: a wealth manager checklist
Anne Healy-McAdam, Head of private client tax at Cordium, offers some advice to wealth firms head of introduction of tough new rules.
Why we're only at start of powerful Asian bull market
Out-of-date ideas on Asia and emerging markets means investors are missing out.
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.