Priced in rate cut
Sterling at lowest since 1980s
Central bank monetary policy has suppressed interest rates since the global financial crisis, leading to the greatest search for income in investment history.
UK economy hits a seven-year low
New Prime Minister Theresa May could be the steady influence investors in an uncertain post-Brexit world have been looking for, argues Colin Morton, manager of the Franklin UK Rising Dividends fund.
Caroline Simmons, deputy head of UK investment office at UBS Wealth Management, analyses which FTSE companies are on target to meet and miss their Q2 earnings expectations.
Proposal to make executive pay votes binding
Beat consensus expectations of 0.4%
To be bought by Japan's SoftBank Group
The implications of the surprise leave result in the EU referendum continues to reverberate around the markets. The leave campaign's assertion that there will be no economic disruption from a Brexit is being tested.
Equity markets down in morning trading
No change to QE programme
Three out of ten blue chips still suffer
Seeks to reassure shareholders in trading update
Much has been written about what the referendum result says about us as a nation.
Target of lower than 15%
Questions surround validity of forecasting
Focus on high-quality companies
Artemis' Frost: I have learnt more in the past 7-8 years than I did in the first 20 years of my career
Manager of £6.2bn Artemis Income fund
Carney hinted at monetary easing in summer
Departure surprised market
More guidance in August Inflation Report
Long-term growth potential is key
Headlines over the last few days have screamed about record falls in sterling, record low bond yields and massive falls in equity prices, writes Mike Riddell, fund manager at Allianz Global Investors.