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Barclays shares slump as bank misses out on bond trading boom of US rivals, but RBS jumps on first quarterly profit since 2015.
Pound continues to gain ground ahead of general election, despite worse-than-expected figures showing just 0.3% UK growth.
Institute for Fiscal Studies says moving state pension rises to a ‘double lock’ will not solve problems of the current expensive ‘triple lock’ which Labour has endorsed.
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And EU prepares for post-Brexit membership for united Ireland raising fears over fragmentation of UK.
Heavyweights Amazon and Alphabet jumped more than 4% each after the bell, following stellar earnings.
Lloyds Banking Group has defied Brexit fears on the economy with first quarter pre-tax profits nearly doubling despite having to set aside more compensation for customers.
White House unveils 'one of the biggest tax cuts in American history' but investors baulk at lack of detail and prospect of Republican rebellion.
Fears over Trump tax plan weigh on FTSE 100 but lenders and house builders rise on strong results, while Mediclinic soars.
Labour leader attacks Theresa May about government's treatment of women hit by changes to the state pension age.
United Technologies rose 1.1% and provided the biggest boost to the Dow industrials after reporting a quarterly profit.
And Deutsche Bank has warned that up to 4,000 UK jobs could be moved to Frankfurt and other locations in the EU as a result of Brexit.
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Markets pause for breath after French election rally, with US president Donald Trump's plans for tax cuts eyed.
Goverment data shows 176,000 savers took money from retirement savings under pension freedom reforms in the first three months of the year.
Conservatives debate whether to follow Labour and commit to maintaining expensive 'triple lock' promise protecting state pension.
Royal London Asset Management says bumping founder chief executive Aidan Heavey upstairs as chairman breaks corporate governance rules.
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And UK's deficit slashed to level last seen before the financial crisis.