Asset allocators had a torrid time earlier this month as the FTSE slumped below 6,100 for the first time since spring 2013. Here five wealth and multi-managers reveal how they responded.
UK stocks experienced some selling pressure on Friday morning after rising to their highest in two weeks, as renewed concerns about the spread of Ebola weighed on market sentiment.
UK GDP growth stood at 0.7% in the third quarter, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), down from 0.9% in Q2 but in line with economists' expectations.
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Brokers give their verdict on Tesco's interim results.
Drug giant Glaxosmithkline (GSK) rose after the pharmaceutical giant said core operating profit fell by just 6% to £1.89bn, compared with the £1.71bn forecast.
Lloyds is expected to cut a tenth of its entire workforce, amounting to around 9,000 jobs, in a digital push over the next three years.
Tesco has scrapped its full-year trading update and its chairman is to step down as it deals with the fallout from the accounting scandal which left a £263m black hole in its balance sheet.
"For more than two years now, stock markets around the world have risen with barely a pause for breath. After such a period the last couple of weeks have come as a shock, but we should not forget that market ups and downs are what we should expect."
Research into the performance of UK equity income-focused investment trusts shows that annual income has grown by an average of 5% per year for more than 20 years, 2% ahead of inflation.
UK stocks opened with small losses on Wednesday as investors paused for breath following a surge the previous session.
As the big continue to get bigger, industry commentators address the issue of whether the rise of super-sized funds is healthy or a hindrance for investors.
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Markets across Europe have rallied this morning following confirmation the European Central Bank (ECB) has started buying covered bonds.
Laith Khalaf, senior analyst, Hargreaves Lansdown, gives his verdict on the news that dividend payouts from UK companies are losing momentum.
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