For the first time since IPO
IA hopes 'trend continues'
Growth becoming harder to achieve
Top ten dividend growers
Differing results depending on election outcome
One in 10 FTSE 100 CEOs began their career at firm
Index rose to 7,460 points before falling back
FTSE 100 suffers worst day since Brexit vote
Mining companies the best performers
Sterling climbs to seven-week high
Fell 0.7% to $1.238
Recorded losses of £7bn
How long can strong run continue?
Before tax loss of £4.6bn
Acquiring wholesaler Booker
Boost from weaker sterling on Brexit fears
Pre-Christmas sales down
Follows 'Santa rally'
Round-up of events towards end of December
Quarterly reshuffle of blue-chip index
Is the FTSE 100 a classic cyclical play or a quality stock lover's nirvana? The index is seen by many as an overly cyclical index, which is dependent on interest rates and oil prices, but the contrarian investor might take a different view.
Global markets also on the rise
UK income hunters face headwinds of historical proportions: 10-year gilt yields hit an all-time low of 0.5% on 12 August, accompanied by a similarly record-breaking feat from sterling corporate bonds of 2.3%.