Government should step in
Newly-appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer
Will now face trial for hiding budget deficit
Removes dividend access share
Paper titled 'If you leave me now'
Valuing safeguarded benefits too complex
What would happen if the UK became independent?
Changes to tax rules made in last year's Budget
Lord Livingston may join before Christmas
Plans 9,000 cuts by end of 2017
FTSE 100 lifted nearly 1%
Malaysia's stockmarket has been the worst Asian performer year to date, yet earnings per share for listed companies are at the highest level since at least 2006, says Aberdeen's Gerald Ambrose
Alex Schlich, senior fund manager in the UK equity team at Sanlam FOUR, believes seven years after the crash, RBS is once again a bank worth investing in
Financial markets are "ripe for major decline" next year, according to a fund manager who forecast the dotcom bubble and 2008's global credit crisis.
The government has reduced its stake in RBS by 5.4%, selling 630 million shares for £2.1bn in a quick-fire sale to institutional investors.
Mixed reactions to 'radical' plans
Chancellor George Osborne has announced the government is to sell its remaining 30% stake in Royal Mail.
The government is to move a step closer to selling its stake in RBS, with Chancellor George Osborne set to lay out plans for its privatisation in a speech next week.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is preparing shareholders for the government to sell down its 79% stake in the lender by asking them to vote on costs related to a sale at its annual general meeting.
Activist government may target investors
Anti-corruption drive implications
Yes (Wealth) Minister
Eyes down for Election 2015