US warns against European joint military project

Pro-Remain voters drift away from Labour as Brexit feud rages on

How foreign groups fare in Chinas slowing two-track economy

Theresa May to press ahead with Labour talks on Brexit

Trumps China trade policies create split among Republicans

US warns against European joint military project

China hits back at US claim it reneged on trade talks

US stocks fall sharply as US-China trade war escalates

Bayer shares hit after $2bn Roundup weedkiller damages

Regulators cut banks some slack on shift away from Libor

Bayer shares hit after $2bn Roundup weedkiller damages

Richer Sounds founder hands business to staff

EssilorLuxottica accord requires a leap of faith

Lavish Versailles party exposes Carlos Ghosns major misjudgment

US stocks fall sharply as US-China trade war escalates

Regulators cut banks some slack on shift away from Libor

How foreign groups fare in Chinas slowing two-track economy

Theresa May serves no one by clinging on to power

Trumps Orban boost lands another blow on Europe

Inequality in America has lessons for Britain

Stem education is becoming simplified and commoditised

Forget artificial intelligence. How about (just) intelligence?

Bracken House: a blend of tradition and modernity

Adrian Cheng: striving to fulfil customers needs

The key to future-proofing your children: relax

Martin Lewis: replace misleading and financially dangerous student loan statements

Vampires get their own reality TV show in delicious comedy What We Do in the Shadows

How should we plan financially for our autistic child?

My London: the photograph that defines the city for me

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Several of worlds largest bond funds stripped of coveted four- and five-star ratings

SEC is poised to rule on first product using negative-fee model

Questions asked about whether all revenues earned from stock lending are being returned to investors

The Mirabaud partner talks of his faith in active management and the groups bicentenary

This sugar-high circularity is great when markets are buoyant but painful when they reverse

Initiative will help fund managers spot the groups that put themselves in danger

Class volatility in spotlight as $1bn sector auto-reports average losses of 46%

A new class of idle people brings to mind the lead-up to the French revolution

Chart of the week: strong showing comes after US market hits fresh high

They can be controversial and they may not agree . . . but M&A is booming

Yoon Pyo Lee becomes head of Korea for Morgan Stanley IM

The Mega Files: Brexits effect on the subconscious mind

Record share of fund managers have hedged against decline in equities

42% of investors vote against UK fund houses remuneration report

The two sides disagree over valuations and Deutsches desire to keep control

Move highlights the ferocious war for clients waging among asset managers

Dark pool operator buys marketplace that links investors to niche providers

Scandal-hit carmakers woes offer wider lessons for Japan Inc.

Repackaged consumer debt provides one route to grow the niche but raises eyebrows among investors

Revamped governance code sparks debate on where shareholder duty should begin and end

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Investors call for greater clarity on products credentials

Public stance on green policies can clash with that of their industry trade groups

Compensation body considers U-turn over claims related to companys 236m collapse

Investment management group seeks a goal of a 15 per cent net margin

FTSE 250 group expects muted growth as it integrates Speirs & Jeffrey acquisition

Europes largest fund group targeted over lack of transparency in setting out Yves Perriers bonus targets

Executive was fired from the asset management group for alleged gross misconduct

Move would be first time a foreign group had taken majority stake in a domestic fund manager

Disclosure of the true cost of active management will help both investors and society

Deals is the latest in asset management sector

Fund managers across America, nudged by the SEC, seek to replicate European rules

Charging companies is key way of ensuring post-Mifid II coverage, proponents say

New EU transparency rules have radically altered investor-company introductions

More than a year on from implementation, calls to amend Mifid II are growing louder

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