Latest News - Daniel Grote
Pound rises after Barnier says Brexit deal 90% done
Pound edges higher after European Union negotiator Michel Barnier expresses some optimism over Brexit talks.
Brexit impasse weighs on pound as miners knock FTSE
China fears knock miners while pound drops as summit of EU leaders ends without Brexit breakthrough.
Funds hit as star stock Games Workshop bites back
Stellar stock with strong fund manager backing slumps 8% and has lost around a fifth of its value since the end of last month.
Scottish Mortgage leads FTSE higher after US rally
Global investment trust jumps towards top of FTSE 100 after big rally in US markets led by technology sector.
FTSE rises but Tesco falls as 'big four' lose market share
UK's biggest retailer falls towards bottom of FTSE 100 as latest data shows 'big four' supermarkets continuing to lose market share to discounters.
FTSE back above 7,000 as Superdry and Convatec dive
FTSE 100 swings into gains but shares in 'mid-cap' stocks Convatec and Superdry hammered by profit warnings.
The funds that dived and thrived in a torrid week
A heavy sell-off in 'darling' AIM stocks took a big bite out of some funds, while one fund surged 11% in the sell-off.
Scottish Mortgage leads FTSE rebound as trusts rally
Global investment trust recovers from yesterday's sell-off and jumps to the top of FTSE 100, as investment trusts lead market recovery.
Stock market slump: buy the dip or hold steady?
Buying into stock market falls has proved a successful strategy in recent years, but some investors are now taking a more cautious view.
Bonds sell-off boosts banks as Brexit hopes lift pound
FTSE 100 holds firm as banks rise on prospect of higher borrowing costs, luxury stocks fall and Patisserie Valerie launches fraud probe.
Why and how rate induced corrections resemble buses
Comment: Much like buses, you wait years for a Treasury-induced sell-off and then two come along at once.
Private Office: Training up millennials
In a panel discussion at the Citywire Private Office Retreat, four leading industry figures in the private office world highlight recruitment as a way to address succession planning.
Kaepernick question: how important is company politics?
So should investors really fret about companies getting political or is it all just bluster?