Yields on benchmark 10-year UK government bonds jump following announcement
Also commits to increase ISA limit
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced plans to help British technology start-up companies by "injecting an initial £400m into venture capital funds".
He has already reversed two of Osborne's policies
This year's even to go ahead in November
Osborne's first all-Tory Autumn Statement
Renewable energy companies will no longer be able to give investors relief under venture capital scheme rules, George Osborne has announced in today's Autumn Statement.
Lower tax receipts and other factors are likely to prompt a sharp upwards revision in borrowing forecasts at this week's Autumn Statement, analysts have warned.
Asset managers and wealth management firms have expressed support for the government's plans to scrutinise partnerships and LLPs in a clampdown on tax avoidance.
Hargreaves Lansdown has flagged up five key investment themes to benefit from the announcements made in yesterday's Autumn Statement.
Share buybacks carried out by Venture Capital Trusts (VCT) will no longer qualify for tax relief from April 2014, the government has said.
The Chancellor George Osborne said the "great recession" seen after the global financial crisis in 2008 had an even more detrimental impact on the UK economy than previously forecast.
The Chancellor has cut the UK's borrowing levels substantially in the Autumn Statement, substantially revising down March's forecast.
The UK's surprise economic recovery looks on course to continue as Chancellor George Osborne raised his forecast for UK growth over the next few years.
Howard Archer, chief UK and European economist at IHS Global Insight, has tipped Chancellor George Osborne to up the UK's GDP growth outlook and reveal a reduction in the deficit next week.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced he will give his annual Autumn Statement to parliament on 4 December 2013.
I really wanted to start the year in good heart, but sadly as the dark days of January grind on, I am finding it very hard to get enthusiastic.
As the Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement earlier today, the investment industry and press took to Twitter to give their views on the changes.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has condemned George Osborne's economic plans for failing to meet the government's own targets, following the Autumn Statement.
Sterling fell against the dollar as Chancellor George Osborne announced the UK's fiscal austerity programme would be carried through to 2018.
The government will pave the way for the issuance of ‘super-long' gilts by removing the current maturity cap.