Four former banking executives have been charged with fraud over the bailout of Barclays by Qatar in 2008. Will the trial really be in the public interest? Simon Wilson reports.
Britain’s blue-chip index has hit a series of new record highs in the past few months, gaining 17% since the Brexit referendum. But this could be as good as it gets for a while.
Sainsbury’s has bid £130m to buy Nisa, the mutually owned consortium of more than 1,300 independent retailers, which operates 3,000 small shops.
Shares in the oil-services firm have plunged after an investigation into corruption took a troubling turn. Alex Rankine reports.
LVMH, the luxury goods bellwether, reported strong sales. But are investors too optimistic about the outlook? Ben Judge reports.
Tesco announced a solid set of results this month. But investors are still worried about its takeover of food wholesaler Booker.
Jes Staley, Barclays’ chief executive, tried to unmask the identity of a whistleblower. Bad move, says Ben Judge.
Unilever has unveiled the result of the strategic review it promised after rebuffing Kraft-Heinz’s £115bn takeover bid earlier in the year. But is it going down the right path?
Dominic Frisby picks the best place to lock away some cash for his children’s future.
Developed-world stocks are overpriced on pretty much every valuation indicator there is, says Merryn Somerset Webb. What will trigger a change?
The LSE’s merger with its German counterpart looks all but dead. Perhaps that’s just as well. Ben Judge reports.