LONDON Global investors have raised their holdings of cash and bonds, citing fears about potential shock waves from a Brexit vote rippling beyond Britain and the increased likelihood of a rise in U.S.
LONDON Britain's FTSE 100 ended slightly firmer on Friday, led higher by Royal Mail, with the blue-chip index posting its biggest weekly gain for six weeks.
The boss of the company formerly known as Quindell has insisted the firm has put its scandal-hit past behind it, despite the troubled business slumping to yet another heavy annual loss.
Regulators are taking a look at Sainsbury's planned takeover of Argos amid competition concerns, it has been announced. 17:19, UK, Friday 27 May 2016.
Wolseley has suffered an embarassing U-turn after the FTSE 100 listed plumbing and heating products group said it chosen finance director would not be joining after all.