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It was once only a brave investor who’d bet against fashion favourite Asos, but yesterday two City experts called time on the stock.

Market Report: Monitise still a hot tip after shares sale

Even management selling a wedge of shares in mobile banking technology group Monitise yesterday wasn’t enough to put punters off the hotly tipped stock.

Investors hit £54bn jackpot as Vodafone seals Verizon deal

Shareholders to scoop 71 per cent of proceeds from company’s £84bn sale

Goldman Sachs’s UK profits take a tumble

Goldman Sachs’ London operation has seen pre-tax profits slump 60 per cent to $335m (£216m) in the first six months of the year.

James Moore: Hank Paulson may regret his lenient line on bankers

Outlook Talking of banking, and common sense, has no less a personage than Hank Paulson undergone a damascene conversion and joined the ranks of those questioning the financial world's addiction to bonuses?

Jim Armitage: Technology entrepreneurs who are changing the script of Greek tragedy 

Global Outlook: Athens now has four venture capitalist houses – a couple of years ago there were none

Hi-tech UK manufacturer sucks up new foreign owner

A historic slice of Britain’s engineering history was sold off to foreign buyers for the third time in seven years yesterday as Sweden’s Atlas Copco bought the vacuum technology business Edwards Group in a $1.6bn (£1bn) deal.

Market Report: Imagination gains from Apple move

Microchip makers piggybacked on a rally at Apple yesterday sparked by Carl Icahn, the veteran US investor, taking a stake the iPhone maker. Apple shares hit a six-month high after Mr Icahn revealed on Twitter that he is pushing for a larger buyback at the US tech giant after he built up a large position in Apple and held talks with its chief executive, Tim Cook.

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Ocado co-founder sells £3.3m shares

Fabrice Tourre could be barred from working on Wall Street

Former Goldman banker Fabrice Tourre defrauded investors, US court rules

Former vice-president found liable after complex subprime mortgage deal that led to $1bn losses

James Ashton: No wonder Tony Hayward doesn't want to stay on

Outlook Now his business is concentrated about as far from Britain as you can get, Tony Hayward is ideally placed to comment on our looming energy crisis. A manifesto published by the former BP boss the other day urged the Government not to turn its back on fossil fuels, to build our own nuclear power stations instead of hoping the French will do it for us and to slash subsidies for on and offshore windpower. Sounds easy.

Fabrice Tourre wanted to 'feed Wall St greed' says SEC lawyer

Fabrice Tourre fraudulently misled investors in a bid to “feed Wall Street greed,” giving them “half the truth” about a sub-prime mortgage investment that ultimately went bad when the credit crunch tore through the housing market, a lawyer for the US Securities and Exchange Commission claimed yesterday in a closing argument before a New York jury.

A sharp hike in the price of aluminium can destabilise the world's economy

Goldman Sachs in spotlight over 'aluminium price-hike' scandal

Financial giant is accused of exploiting rules over metal warehousing in order to manipulate commodity prices

The Goldman Sachs' building in London

Goldman Sachs profits beat Wall Street estimates to more than double to $1.93bn

Goldman Sachs has beaten Wall Street estimates by doubling its quarterly profit through investing its own money and underwriting.

The former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre arrives at the Manhattan Federal Court in New York

Trial under way for ‘Fabulous Fab’ Fabrice Tourre, the Goldman Sachs poster boy for Wall Street greed

Former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre is in court over allegations he misled investors

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