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Investors rush for the exit as stock market confidence crumbles
Analysts highlight record global redemptions from equity funds while UK investors' confidence falls further below financial crisis levels.
FTSE falls as China slowdown fears rattle investors
Disappointing Chinese data on retail sales and industrial production reignite fears of slowdown in world's fastest growing major economy.
James Henderson left holding evaporating Interserve shares
Contrarian manager of Law Debenture and Lowland investment trusts risks further questions from shareholders following earlier collapses of Carillion and Conviviality.
Pound and FTSE slump as May calls off Brexit deal vote
Pound falls to 20-month low while UK domestic stocks drag down FTSE 100 as prime minister postpones parliamentary vote on Brexit deal.
AJ Bell shares surge 38% on stock market debut
Shares in online stockbroker jump 38% in conditional trading, surging to £866 million market cap as investors bid up price.
FTSE fights back as oil price surges on Opec cut
FTSE 100 recovers some of yesterday's bruising losses, with energy stocks leading the way after Opec agrees to production cuts.
FTSE tumbles 3.2% as Huawei arrest reignites trade fears
Arrest of Chinese telecommunication giant's finance boss reignites fears of trade tensions between US and China, sparking broad-based sell-off.
‘Red October’: the read-across for trusts from funds’ flight
UK investors pulled £1.6 billion from unlisted, open-ended funds during 'Red October', the biggest outflow since the month of the Brexit vote. What does this mean for investment trusts and companies?
House builders soar as Brexit hopes lift domestic stocks
House builders lead rally in stocks exposed to UK economy, as Dominic Grieve's parliamentary defeat of government sparks hopes a no-deal Brexit can be avoided.
FTSE falls on Trump tariff tweets as bonds stoke recession fears
FTSE 100 drops after heavy falls in US markets, as US president sticks to hard line on tariffs and bond markets spark jitters.
FTSE jumps as US and China strike trade truce
FTSE 100 joins in global stock market rally on trade truce between US and China.