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And Google to launch a fightback against record £2.2 billion Brussels fine.
And France drives EU tax blitz on revenues of US tech giants which would wreak havoc with many groups’ business models in Europe.
Bond fund managers at M&G have noticed a striking correlation between Trump's popularity and the dollar: both are going down.
Greene King shares dive, dragging down rival pub groups, on warning of weak consumer confidence.
British Airways' plan to stop taking new money into its defined benefit scheme and switch members to less generous plan provokes angry union response.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including ZPG and McBride.
Walt Disney shares’ plunged 4.4% after its chief executive reportedly gave a dim outlook for full-year earnings.
And Jean-Claude Juncker questions ‘stability’ of Brexit chief David Davis escalating already frayed tensions between Brussels and London.
Euro jumps as European Central Bank president Mario Draghi earmarks October for decision on quantitative easing 'tapering'.
Legal & General Investment Management says tech giants, rather than car makers, have more to gain from big changes for auto industry.
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FTSE 100 bosses have angrily rejected pressure from Downing Street to publicly support the government’s Brexit strategy.
Financial watchdog says it is continuing to investigate big insurers as part of 'closed book' review, despite dropping probe into Police Mutual.
Neil Woodford says he is 'very sorry' for his funds' poor run but argues 'I can and I believe I will rebuild the performance'.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including HSS Hire and McCarthy & Stone.
And Downing Street urges business chiefs to publicly support government Brexit stance.
Energy and consumer stocks led the gains, with the bourses recovering some grounds after Tuesday's losses.
Barclays urges customers to give new Smart Investor trading platform one more try, after launch sparks scores of complaints.
Investors bank profits on Barratt Developments and Berkeley as builders strike cautious tone over future growth.
Schroders has developed a tool to determine which sectors and companies will be hit hardest by rises in taxes on carbon emissions.