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RBS leads FTSE higher on bumper dividend payout

Royal Bank of Scotland shares rally as final and special dividends take annual payout to 13p, well ahead of forecasts.

Janus Henderson property fund widens spread to manage volatility

Fund group will change pricing structure next month, widening spread between 'buy' and 'sell' prices to avoid pricing swings that have plagued the sector.

Terry Smith spices up fund with first buy since Facebook

Filing to US regulator reveals identity of company in which star manager has been building a stake since October.

The 11 funds dumped in 'annus horribilis' for sales

Eleven funds each saw more than £1 billion leave the door last year, in a grim year for global stock markets.

Pound falls as UK economic growth grinds slower

Sterling falls on data showing UK economy grew just 0.2% in the last three months of 2018 and contracted in December

Named: the top managers who sparked the FCA’s IPO probe

The identities of the fund managers whose communications ahead of two high-profile initial public offerings sparked a Financial Conduct Authority probe can be revealed for the first time.

Woodford shrugs off latest Provident profit warning

Neil Woodford says last month's profit warning from doorstep lender represents only 'a modest downgrade' and he still has high hopes for the stock.

BP drives FTSE higher as profits double on soaring output

BP leads broad-based rally on FTSE 100 as oil major reports doubling of profits, while pound falls on disappointing services data.

FTSE holds above 7,000 as pound climbs on no-deal border boost

FTSE 100 gives up the day's gains as pound rises on Sun report that UK would soften port controls for EU goods under no-deal Brexit

10 fund managers starting 2019 on a high

We highlight some of the fund managers rising up the Citywire ratings, including three making their debut right at the top