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Thursday Papers: Fed calls historic end to quantitative easing
And Tata-Thyssenkrupp steel mega-merger to create a £13.3 billion-a-year industry 'only a short reprieve'
Overnight Markets: US stocks inch higher after Fed policy decisions
Shares of Apple fell 1.7% after it admitted its latest smartwatch has connectivity problems.
Wednesday Papers: Theresa May prepares €20bn EU budget offer
And backlash over audit watchdog closing probe into KPMG's doomed HBOS audit.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street hits new records as investors await Fed
The biggest percentage gain was the telecom services sector’s 2.3% jump on merger and acquisition speculation.
Tuesday Papers: May moves to tighten grip on Brexit process
And Ryanair faces €20 million compensation bill after it 'messed up' by cancelling flights.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street advances, led by financials
Shares of the major banks, including Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, rose more than 1%, helped by rising bond yields.
Asia stocks up as investors eye monetary policy cues
Technology stocks in South Korea fueled broader gains on the Kospi, with Samsung adding 2.1%.
Monday Papers: US oil futures market overtakes London
And BIS has discovered $14 trillion of dollar debt offshore, hidden in 'footnotes'.
Sunday Papers: Libor rates ‘still open to rigging’
And US retaliation feared as Brussels prepares to close Google’s tax loopholes.
Saturday Papers: Bank of England dove backs rate rise
And terror alert level in London was raised to critical after nail bomber attacked Tube.
Revealed: The S&W shareholders who stand to gain from IPO
Wealth Manager loves a long shareholder list, so we contacted Companies House to find out who owns – and will benefit most from – the potential flotation of Smith & Williamson.
Exactly how much do the top fund managers turn over?
Wealth Manager research analyses how extensively six top fund managers turnover stocks in their portfolios.
Why don’t high net worth investors trust robo-advice?
The number of robo-advisers has increased exponentially since 2015, but a recent survey has suggested they are failing to attract high net worth (HNW) individuals.