LSE also down 6.3%
Sentiment reversal towards emerging markets
Cuts of £2.7bn announced
According to reports
Attacks on airport and metro station
Agreed merger with Deutsche Börse
30 new products listed
Previously in discussions with German stock exchange
Lawyer Cathy Pitt delves into the world of investment company regulation and explains some recent tweaks and amendments.
All the latest launches
With effect from 19 January
Appointed non-exec director
Private equity firm will acquire business
Exposure to dividend-yielding stocks
Carl Howard, commercial director at TD Direct Investing, analyses the best and worst economic performers on AIM since it launched
The London Stock Exchange and Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission have reached a deal allowing Hong Kong investors easier and cheaper access to UK-quoted companies than ever before.
A market for stockpickers
Shares in TSB Banking Group have soared after news emerged it is in takeover talks with Spanish bank Sabadell.
Equity investors today seem to have only two options: to invest in expensive companies or those with inherent financial risk attached, according to Simon Gergel, manager of the Merchants trust at Allianz Global Investors
Aberdeen Asset Management may be among the bidders for Russell Investment Management, the $260bn asset manager put on the block by London Stock Exchange Group, according to analysts at Numis.
Investors are calling for more control over ETF trades executed on fund platforms, many of which are incapable of hosting the vehicles or are currently unable to offer real time trading.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has seen record ETF trading in October as investors turned to passive vehicles for tactical exposure.
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