Tuesday Papers: M&A hits record after North American dealmaking spree
And oil price hits four-year high as Opec rejects Trump’s demands to increase supplies.
Overnight Markets: US stocks mostly fall on US-China trade standoff
Comcast slumped 6% after it ousted 21st Century Fox Inc. in a three-round auction for Sky.
Private Office Retreat: pictures from day two
A selection of pictures from the second day of our annual private office event at Pennyhill Park in Surrey.
FTSE dips but Sky and Randgold jump on takeovers
Sky tops FTSE 100 after Comcast sees off Fox in bid for broadcaster, while Randgold Resources jumps on Barrick Gold takeover.
Family office strikes deal to create 'bank for millennials'
LJ Partnership has made an investment in merchant bank Lepe Partners as it looks to build a merchant banking platform for millennials.
Canaccord hires Jersey wealth director from Brooks
Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management hired Greg Powell as investment director of its Jersey office.
BlackRock launches inclusivity ETF
The iShares Thomson Reuters Inclusion & Diversity ETF tracks the Reuters Global Large/Mid Diversity and Inclusion ex. Weapons index.
50 Economics Classics: Capital in the Twenty-First Century
Continuing our series, we bring you Tom Butler-Bowdon’s quick takes on some of the best known economics texts in history
Miton continues to pull in investors as assets hit £4.5bn
The fund firm attracted £616 million to extend its quarterly inflow winning run to seven quarters.
River and Mercantile posts £2.1bn inflow but profit dips
The range of problem's the firm faced over the last 12 months did not stop attracting investors to the business, although profits dipped.
Income and unrated bonds: a match made in heaven?
Low interest rates and a continuing wish to diversify funding sources has led a growing number of companies to issue unrated bonds.
Smith & Williamson's Rupert Phelps: entrepreneurialism in the next generation
Rupert Phelps, partner, family office services at Smith & Williamson discusses how families can encourage a spirit of entrepreneurialism in their next generation.
Martin Gilbert: Three lessons I learned from the crisis
The glue that binds the capitalist system is the idea that finance works in the interests of all the people.