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The chief executive of the Investment Management Association has called on fund managers to set out charges on annual statements as pounds and pence.
Shares in Vodafone retreated on Wednesday morning after Verizon scotched talk that it was interested in bidding for the British mobile giant.
Interdealer broker back in demand after a deal for a rival trading platform boosts hopes for its assets.
FTSE 100 rally pushes fund sizes to record highs - but Isa investors stubbornly refuse to deposit cash.
Vodafone was the biggest riser in the FTSE 100 on renewed speculation of a takeover bid, with reports claiming Verizon and AT&T are preparing joint bid.
The IMF said it will not be able to make a final decision on its contribution to funding Cyprus' bailout before the end of April, which threatens to delay the country receiving the aid.
The benchmark Standard & Poor's 500 has closed at an all-time high of 1,569, beating by four points the previous record hit on October 9, 2007.
The benchmark Standard & Poor's 500 rose above its all-time closing high during trading on Friday, putting it on course for a new record.
Chinese shares suffered their worst daily loss in nearly a month on fears over a crackdown on wealth products, while other Asian markets fell on eurozone contagion fears.
Cypriots face a suspension of credit card payments for overseas goods and a ban on cashing cheques under draft capital controls designed to avert a run on the banks.
Deutsche analysts suggested Tesco could return £1.6bn a year from 2016.
The thought of a government seizing your gold may seem far-fetched but it is easy to see why some commentators are stirring the pot.
Tour operator enjoyed a moment in the sun on upbeat profit outlook.
Chancellor George Osborne told MPs the Treasury is working with Cypriot authorities to protect deposits in the four UK branches of Cyprus' Laiki bank, which is set to be wound down under the bail-out deal.
Chancellor George Osborne and Robert Chote, the chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility, appear in front of MPs to answer questions on the Budget.