RBS reaches further settlement over 2008 rights issue
Royal Bank of Scotland has reached a 'full and final settlement' with shareholders over the 2008 rights issue.
Nick Mustoe: the world's supply of value is running out
The search for income and growth is becoming more challenging for valuation-focused investors
Hedge fund boss 'broke glass over wife's head'
A former Deutsche Bank derivatives trader who ran a hedge fund alongside his wife ‘systematically bullied her to control her life,’ Isleworth Crown Court has heard.
The Expert View: Lloyds, Taylor Wimpey and JD Wetherspoon
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Travis Perkins and LSL.
Friday Papers: Foreign investors back Brexit Britain
And EU prepares for post-Brexit membership for united Ireland raising fears over fragmentation of UK.
Overnight Markets: Nasdaq hits record on corporate earnings
Heavyweights Amazon and Alphabet jumped more than 4% each after the bell, following stellar earnings.
A Day in the Life of: Miles Ashworth, Creechurch Capital
Citywire charity 10k: enter now!
Entries are now open for our annual charity run in Regent's Park.
Trump's 'massive tax cut' falls flat with investors
White House unveils 'one of the biggest tax cuts in American history' but investors baulk at lack of detail and prospect of Republican rebellion.
7IM launches bespoke IFA service
The service will be for advisers who want DFM services but don't want DFM to meet with end client.
Miton's Wright: looking beyond the obvious Trump trade
Miton's Jim Wright talks to Wealth Manager about his newly launched Global Infrastructure Income fund.
Alliance Bernstein: unpicking the $490bn giant’s UK plan
Alliance Bernstein (AB) may be well known in the US and has $490 billion (£392 billion) in assets across 22 countries, but in the UK retail market it has only just started to make its move.
Was Rathbones' private office launch a mistake?
N+1 Singer has questioned Rathbones' decision to enter the private office market a bearish note on the wealth firm.
Should Mifid II be reviewed post-Brexit?
Think tank New City Initiative has called for parts of Mifid II to be reviewed after Brexit. We asked our readers if they agree.