Saturday Papers: CIA warning over Huawei
And Qatar and Crown to buy stakes in iconic New York properties on Times Square and Fifth Avenue.
Friday Papers: Stagecoach fumes over leak of bid
And prey could turn predator in Provident Financial and Non-Standard Finance fight.
The Expert View: Unilever, Rentokil and First Derivatives
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including BTG and Cineworld.
Overnight Markets: industrials lead Wall Street higher
Honeywell International Inc’s stocks rose 3.8% after the company beat earnings forecast amid growing demand for aircraft parts.
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.
The top 20 most complained about investment firms
The FCA has revealed the most complained about firms in the first half
Janus Henderson EM head Finegan and four-strong team to exit
Glen Finegan wil leave on 18 April to 'pursue other avenues', while his four-strong emerging markets team will leave in November.
EIS firm makes key media investment after HMRC clampdown
Great Point Investments has made its first media investment via its EIS fund, despite HMRC’s tighter restrictions on media EIS investment.
Oil stocks weigh on FTSE but Unilever climbs on strong sales
Oil majors and Asia-focused banks weigh on FTSE 100 but shares in Unilever rally on strong first quarter sales.
Fund managers shrug off recession fears and pile into shares
Fund managers have been buying back into shares at the fastest pace in two years, shrugging off global recession fears.
What Quilter/Lighthouse tells us about consolidation wave
Since the beginning of this year at least 14 deals have been announced but how do valuations in the financial advice and wealth management sector look like?
Why are so many wealth managers desperate to pack it in?
Increased regulation, Brexit, short-termism - with so many pressures piling up, it comes as no surprise wealth manager job satisfaction is on the decline.
Top 30 under 30: how wealth firms can appeal to young talent
The young guns of 2019 tell us industry’s boorish and boring image must be tackled.