Sunday Papers: May heads to Brussels in frantic bid to save Brexit deal
And O2 is set to slap Ericsson with multi-million pound bill over network failure.
Saturday Papers: MPs hatch cross-party alliance to dump May
And prosecutors in Japan are set to indict Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn as soon as Monday.
FTSE’s millennium gloom hides boom for UK stock pickers
The FTSE 100 may have fallen below 1999 levels, but for many investors in the UK stock market, it's been a great century so far.
FTSE fights back as oil price surges on Opec cut
FTSE 100 recovers some of yesterday's bruising losses, with energy stocks leading the way after Opec agrees to production cuts.
AJ Bell shares surge 38% on stock market debut
Shares in online stockbroker jump 38% in conditional trading, surging to £866 million market cap as investors bid up price.
Woodford can’t shake off rival Smith as both enter FTSE 250
Simultaneous entry of Woodford Patient Capital and Smithson investment trusts into FTSE 250 points to rivalry of their star investors but underscores how Terry Smith has supplanted Neil Woodford as UK’s most successful fund manager.
The Expert View: Ted Baker, Beazley and DS Smith
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Dialight and Time Out.
Friday Papers: Brexit uncertainty makes pound ‘impossible’ to trade
And millions cut off for day as O2 mobile network goes down due to Ericsson software outage.
Overnight Markets: US stocks recover from early slump
Wall Street closed with the Dow Jones 79 points, or 0.3%, down after recovering from an earlier fall of over 700 points after the arrest of a Chinese technology executive fanned fears of US-China tensions over trade.
FTSE tumbles 3.2% as Huawei arrest reignites trade fears
Arrest of Chinese telecommunication giant's finance boss reignites fears of trade tensions between US and China, sparking broad-based sell-off.