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The Expert View: Fevertree, PZ Cussons & Beazley
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including IG Group and McColl's. read more
Overnight Markets: Wall Street rises on trade talks, upbeat earnings
Coca-Cola surged 6.1% to a record high after the drink maker beat quarterly earnings expectations. read more
Danimation: how much should you pay for funds?
Investing involves a lot of uncertainty. One thing you can be sure of though, is how much you pay for your funds. read more
The Expert View: Whitbread, Learning Tech & Close Bros
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including B&M and Moneysupermarket. read more
Neptune maestro Geffen gives son big fund opening
Neptune Investment Management boss Robin Geffen has appointed his son as assistant fund manager on three funds in a reshuffle across its investment team. read more
Four shares the pros are buying and selling
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring Liontrust's Fosh and Cross and JPMorgan's Georgina Brittain. read more
Majedie manager swaps income stocks for bioscience
Yuri Khodjamirian, co-manager of Majedie UK Income fund, has left the City to retrain in bioscience enterprise. read more
Wednesday Papers: Johnson to enter No 10 amid dire no-deal warnings
And Bank of England chief economist warns Boris Johnson not to expect rate-setters to rescue economy. read more
Pound falls, FTSE rises as City assesses prospects under ‘comedian’ Johnson
(Update) The pound pared losses but remained down for a third day in succession after Boris Johnson confirmed as new Conservative party leader, replacing Theresa May as prime minister. read more
Tuesday Papers: UK calls for European alliance to guard Gulf shipping
And Boris Johnson prepared to turn on spending taps to fund tax break for the squeezed middle classes. read more
Overnight Markets: tech rally boosts US stocks
Facebook jumped 2% ahead of its report due out after the bell on Wednesday. read more
Climate Change: fund houses push cement groups
Fund managers are calling on cement companies to cut carbon output, given the industry produces 7% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. read more
David Stevenson: we need to make investing fun!
There is an inexcusable lethargy among savers with money to do something more exciting than cash and property. Where are the big ideas to make investing more engaging, democratic and fun? read more
Pound slips as minister quits, oil fuels FTSE gain
Sterling drifts lower as Boris Johnson's anticipated victory in the Conservative party leadership election prompts a second ministerial resignation, while shipping dispute between UK and Iran pushes up oil and energy shares. read more
Woodford sells activist fund and pumps £10m into Atom Bank
Embattled fund manager Neil Woodford has injected an additional £10 million into digital bank Atom and sold his 16% stake in activist fund Crystal Amber. read more
FTSE dividends 'threadbare' despite record £38bn payout
Link Asset Services' regular UK Dividend Monitor adds to analysis showing how weak pound and one-off 'specials' flattered payouts to shareholders in the second quarter. read more
Monday Papers: US Fed sets sight on quarter-point rate cut
The City regulator knew Lendy had been mis-selling loans when it granted the peer-to-peer lender regulatory approval before its collapse. read more
Asia stocks trade mixed on heightened Middle East tensions
The Nikkei 225 fell 0.19%, with shares of convenience store chain Familymart dropping more than 2%. read more
Sunday Papers: Centrica ready to chop dividend
And the British government has summoned Tehran’s top diplomat in London over seizure of a British-flagged tanker. read more
Saturday Papers: HS2 cost overrun stretches to £30bn
And Small investors, who own more than 20% of Thomas Cook, will see value of their stakes virtually wiped out in a planned a rescue deal. read more