The $100bn AB Inbev/SABMiller tie-up is the latest deal in the current mergers boom. And while it might be proving a bonanza for bankers and lawyers, it’s not so good for investors, says Matthew Partridge.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi will address a crowd of 60,0000 British Indians at Wembley Stadium.
Britain and China are making all the right noises. But as Rupert Foster explains, they’re setting themselves up for disappointment.
Western markets are jammed with expensive stocks, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Maybe it‘s time to retreat to cash.
The stockmarket slide has been sudden and violent. But is this a true bear market, or just a blip as stocks head ever higher? Dominic Frisby looks at the evidence.
These are London’s ten most-hated shares, judged by the percentage of stock being shorted.
UK firms paid out £29.2bn in dividends in the second quarter, a new record for the April-June period.
Supermarket suppliers would have you believe the retailers are driving them out of business. But they’ve nobody to blame but themselves, says Bengt Saelensminde.
Activist investors have made the headlines recently, but what do activists do? And are they a help or hindrance in the long run? Piper Terrett investigates.
This week FTSE 100 engineering giant Rolls-Royce issued its fourth profit warning in less than 18 months. What’s gone wrong, and is it worth buying?
Barclays has fired its CEO Antony Jenkins after three years on the job. He will be replaced by the chairman, John McFarlane, on an interim basis.