Rising US yields, earnings deluge pressure Asia stocks
Insurers, banks and shippers traded in positive territory in Japan, while technology was a mixed bag.
Sunday Papers: Dieselgate leaves UK’s car industry in crisis
And Stars Group is set to buy Sky Bet brand in £3 billion deal.
Saturday Papers: Barclays chief Jes Staley fined £2m
And Wells Fargo has been ordered to help regulators identify the victims of its mis-selling scandal after the lender was fined $1 billion.
Earth Day: three sustainable investment strategies
Here, four fund managers discuss the tips and tricks that make their sustainable strategies effective.
Podcast: Walking with Wealth Managers - Redmayne Bentley's Mary Coughlan
We head up to Glasgow to meet Mary Coughlan of Redmayne Bentley to chat about wealth's gender imbalance and why she won't obsess about markets.
Citywire South West Retreat: pictures from Day 1
A selection of pictures from our annual South West event at Marriott St Pierre, Chepstow, on what turned out to be the hottest April day in 70 years.
GAM hires Kleinwort Hambros director for wealth team
Joss Mitchell will be responsible for managing private client portfolios on behalf of net worth individuals, family offices and charities.
Courtiers buys two boutiques as acquisition spree takes off
Wealth firm Courtiers has made two acquisitions, with two more in the pipeline, as it looks to further grow its assets under management (AUM).
Rathbones Folio Prize 2018: the eight books shortlisted
Rathbones has revealed the shortlist for its Folio Prize, which rewards the best work of literature of the past year.
Pound slumps as Carney casts doubt on May hike
Pound continues decline as Bank of England governor Mark Carney suggests interest rate rise in May is not a foregone conclusion.
Shrimp wars: the Indian commodity that could get caught in the net
As the world’s two largest economies exchange tit for tat, putting tariffs on key goods, the impact of president Donald Trump’s policies are being felt at the periphery by a commodity not that widely discussed.
Predicting the future: a problem in asset management
It's crucial that firms have a grasp on where things are heading so they can remain competitive, says Neill Vanlint of GoldenSource Corporation.
Surprise at Mifid II ‘bill shock’ warning
If you were confused about the statement from Electronic Research Interchange (Eric) warning fund firms could be facing unexpected research costs, you are not alone.