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Latest News - Daniel Grote

Fund managers vindicated as Sainsbury's and Asda merger blocked

Competition watchdog has confirmed fund managers' fears over collapse of deal that led to exodus from the shares over the last year.

Guernsey lifts suspension on two of Neil Woodford's unquoted stocks

Guernsey's International Stock Exchange lifts suspension of dealings in Benevolent AI and Ombu but not Industrial Heat.

Guernsey expects to 'resolve' Woodford stocks row next week

Guernsey's International Stock Exchange says it expects suspension of dealings in Neil Woodford's unquoted stocks to be 'resolved' next week.

Woodford rocked as Guernsey suspends his unquoted stocks

Shock move represents blow to manager's strategy of listing unquoted stakes offshore to keep flagship fund within City regulator's rules.

FTSE rises but Plus500 plunge downs spread betting firms

FTSE 100 gains ground but Plus500 plunges, knocking rival online trading platforms, as revenues tumble.

JPM sells £1.5bn fund, trust clients to Hargreaves and Share Centre

Fund group offloads direct customer accounts held in its investment trusts to The Share Centre while ISA business goes to Hargreaves Lansdown.

Tesco tops FTSE on doubled dividend and bumper profits

FTSE 100 falls, but Tesco jumps, as supermarket nearly doubles its dividend and profits rise by a third.

Revealed: Woodford lists unquoted stakes offshore to stay below limit

Neil Woodford has resorted to offshore listings for some of his largest unquoted company stakes to keep his Equity Income fund within the City regulator's rules

The inside story of Woodford’s battle to cling onto start-ups

Under-fire fund manager's extraordinary efforts to hold onto unquoted companies include transfers between funds and offshore listings.

FTSE dives as Brexit delay boosts pound and US recession fears strike

FTSE 100 falls 2% as Brexit delay sends pound higher and US bond markets signal risk of recession in world's largest economy