The Expert View: Barclays, British American Tobacco and ITV
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Taylor Wimpey and Breedon Aggregates.
Wednesday Papers: More banks retreat from investment banking
And UK government’s sale of 40% stake in Eurostar to net British taxpayers more than £750 million.
Overnight Markets: US stocks retreat led by technology stocks
Soft auto sales numbers and Iran commentary also gave some investors pause after a strong run-up for major indexes in February.
Former Morrison tax head jailed for 12 months over insider dealing
Former Wm Morrison group treasurer and head of tax Paul Coyle has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment after being found guilty of two counts of insider trading.
Sacked BoE chief currency dealer breached rules 20 times
BoE governor Mark Carney revealed reasons for Martin Mallett's sacking to a Treasury Select Committee earlier today.
Charles Stanley hires Bri CIO Merten-Jones to lead Birmingham push
Charles Stanley has hired BRI Wealth Management chief investment officer Mark Merten-Jones as head of its Birmingham office.
The 10 most expensive cities in the world
The Economist Intelligence Unit highlights the 10 most expensive cities in the world based on 50,000 prices in more than 200 countries.
Barclays drags FTSE into red as compensation mounts
FTSE 100 gives up early gains for third straight session as positive construction figures fail to sustain momentum.
Billionaire boom: the 20 richest people on the planet
The Forbes rich list shows a big increase in the number of billionaires in the world last year, lifting the total number to 1,826. We highlight the 20 names at the top of the list.
Foreign & Colonial discount falls to 20 year low
The Foreign & Colonial investment trust has raised its dividend by 3.3%, which represents its 44th consecutive year of dividend growth.
Sam Vecht: the best opportunities in frontier markets
Blackrock's Vecht evaluates frontier markets and explains where he sees the opportunities
Where A-rated Pattullo is finding the best bond opportunities
Henderson Global Investors head of retail fixed income explains how he is managing his fund against the surprise current monetary policy divergence.
Profile: meet the duo at the heart of Hargreave Hale's succession plan
For the first time in the company's history a non-Hargreave is now at the head of the north west broker and asset manager
Profile: Lombard Odier’s three-year plan to double UK wealth assets
Dominic Tremlett first came to London as Lombard Odier’s head of UK private banking two years ago