Aim expands on a flurry of activity

Queue of companies lining up to join junior market getting longer

ICE urges caution on derivatives reform

Sprecher warns proposals could hurt European market innovation

Energy stocks lead Moscow sell-off

Russian emergency interest rate rise blamed for Micex fall

Bank of Cyprus shares to resume trading

Bailed out lender may seek secondary listing in London

Oil price fall could add to banks’ woes

Outstanding loans to energy sector could cause large-scale losses

Companies diary: December 15 — December 19

Diary commentary from FT reporters

Energy stocks spoil S&P year-end party

US S&P 500 energy sector down 16.5% this year

week in review

Week in review, December 13

Lending Club, Google, Airbus and JPMorgan featured

Petrofac leads London’s oil sector lower

Losses across Europe for oil stocks and Greece-exposed shares

Strong dollar hits US corporate profits

Euro weakness had the biggest impact, followed by yen and rouble

Double hit brings Airbus shares down

Earnings expectations reined in and delivery of new jet delayed

Greek election reignites eurozone fears

Investors spooked by possibility of Syriza party gaining power

Franco-sceptic Carmignac warms to Paris

Asset manager believes economic reforms will underpin rally

Greek stock market slides by most since 2010

Athens benchmark index falls more than 10% after election called

Commodity slump hits resource-rich FTSE

Oil and basic resources make up a quarter of the UK index

Telecoms play vital role in market rally

Sector leads M&A-driven growth on European markets

China: Fear of a deflationary spiral

Falling prices and overcapacity present problems for Beijing

Market rout as oil fall hits energy groups

Crude price plunge sparks warnings of capital spending cutbacks

Oil at 4-year low as Opec fails to agree

German Bund yield hits record low

Europe Inc: Light amid the gloom

Lower energy costs and a fall in the euro have given chiefs reasons to be optimistic, and deal making is picking up