Market report: City cheers GSK’s recovery

The ink is barely dry on the turnaround plan at GlaxoSmithKline but the City is already cheering the drug maker’s recovery.

Market Report: The AA’s quarterly review shows insurance costs are rising

Bad news for drivers: insurance costs are rising.

Market Report: Arm Holdings goes from top dog to biggest loser

Ah, the highs and lows of the public market – Arm Holdings started the day at the top of the blue-chip index but by the close of play it was the biggest loser.

Market Report: Has Tesco hit bottom? Some think so

Tesco is still swamped by news about its investigation into its £250m black hole but punters put it on their shopping list yesterday as some hoped the supermarket giant had hit the bottom.

The Week Ahead: All eyes on Tesco

All eyes will be on Tesco on Thursday when it delivers its interim results.

Market Report: City puts a turbulent week behind it

Investors called the bottom for tumbling stocks yesterday as the City put a turbulent week behind it.

Market Report: Marks & Spencer - the one retailer still worth buying

Retailers have been unpopular with punters as the supermarkets struggle and Tesco tanks, while Next warns that the warm weather could hit sales. But the chaps at Morgan Stanley claim there is one retailer still worth buying: Marks & Spencer.

Market Report: Petropavlovsk on the up as Pavel Maslovskiy returns as chief executive

The boss is back at Petropavlovsk.

Market Report: Warning of slowing demand for oil in 2015 leaves energy explorers looking vulnerable

Are we poised to see some takeover action among oil producers?

Market Report: The return of tax inversion

Tax inversion is back on the table. The controversial takeover deals, which involve companies taking the lower tax rate of foreign businesses they acquire, were in vogue with American corporates this summer – AbbVie’s $52bn (£33bn) bid for Shire, down 75p at 5,140p, was a high-profile example.

Market Report: Brows across the City are furrowed with worry

Early in the year traders were only listening to good news, sending markets close to record highs. Now the mood is decidedly different, with brows across the City furrowed with worry.

Market Report: Punters still willing to take a gamble on London Mining

You have to marvel at the boundless optimism of private investors sometimes. Despite London Mining warning that its shares would probably end up worthless, there are still punters willing to take a gamble.

Market Report: London Mining hit by tumbling iron ore prices

The mining industry has had a tough time of it this year, but perhaps the most startling performance has been that of London Mining. The iron ore miner was changing hands at 113.5p at the beginning of January. Yesterday the shares were worth less than a penny.

Market Report: Fears of Ebola travel ban hits tourism and travel industries

In the City three Es are dominating the agenda – Ebola, Europe and earnings.

Market Report: Asos shares leap after Amazon speculation

Could Amazon really buy Asos? After three profit warnings in seven months, the online fashion retailer is looking increasingly vulnerable to a bid.

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