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The increase of M&A activity in the UK year to date is dramatic with take-outs announced across the market by size in a variety of sectors.
Government reducing stake from 70.1% to 62.4%
Beware new 'norms'
Tournament takes place in Russia
The UK TMT sector, and its remarkable bull run, has been a top performer for investors due in large part to the growth and dominance of mega-cap technology stocks.
Research from Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management
Effective from 18 June
Investor and corporate confidence remains intact
MoneyLens to be edited by former Mail on Sunday journalist Vicki Owen
Early this summer, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is due to publish a revised version of the UK Corporate Governance Code, which is expected to include new guidance affecting the composition of boards and shareholder voting practices.
The UK's importance as a world-leading centre for asset management continues to grow.
What was behind the market bouncing back?
Viewed as least-attractive region
Sentiment towards North America leaps
Growth of the business
Technology a driver
'In danger of shooting itself in the foot'
Selling stocks with good earnings upgrades
'Overstretched and underinvested'
Most famous Transatlantic unions
Difficulties ahead of supermarkets' tie-up