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The second Budget of the year is upon us and chancellor Philip Hammond has tough books to balance.
EasyJet, the last airline standing in a troubled sector, propels FTSE 100 higher after saying it has started to benefit from the woes of rivals.
Former Lloyds director Jan du Plessis has given evidence in the case brought against the bank by shareholders seeking £550 million in compensation for its disastrous purchase of HBOS in 2008.
Janet Yellen's four-year term as Fed Reserve chair ends in February 2018 when she will also step down as one of the central bank's governors.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Melrose Industries and International Personal Finance.
Verizon boosted the telecom sector after Wells Fargo analysts upgraded the stock to outperform from market perform.
And Uber to buy 24,000 specially-adapted Volvos in bid to develop fleet of driverless cars.
Initial jitters over collapse of German coalition talks prove short-lived as markets rally from lows.
The company that promoted a number of mini-bonds that lost investors £15.2 million has been ordered to ‘cease all regulated activity’.
Consumer group Which? has issued an alert on binary options, which have exploded in popularity over the last 10 years.
ETFs are in the dock accused of several crimes; but the evidence doesn’t stand up
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring McBride, Mortgage Advice Bureau, Telecom Plus and Communisis
Energy prices were in focus amid reports of heightened tension in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
And bleak Christmas is expected for retail as struggling shoppers stay home.
And JCB's Lord Bamford reignites CBI row claiming Brexit-businesses are not represented by big trade bodies.
And Murdoch talks with Comcast and Verizon spur media deal frenzy.
We highlight 10 fund managers moving up the Citywire ratings, including a host of small cap big-hitters.
Third profit warning in a year and warning covenants with lenders could be breached send shares in troubled construction company tumbling.
Clients numbers at UK's largest online stockbroker more than double in just over five years.
The war of the genders has spilled over into passive investing