Aberdeen retreats on sell advice

FTSE 100 up 0.2%, ahead 17.03 points to 7,070.70

Sky’s the limit for footy couch potatoes

Customers appear to be prepared to pay ever more for their habit

Antofagasta climbs on water business sale

FTSE rises 0.4% or 25.43 points to 7,053.67

Tate slides as analyst turns negative

London stocks fall and Tesco reverses initial gain

Anglo American slides on dividend fears

FTSE 100 lacking direction despite weakness among miners

London stocks await election fate

Markets hope for Liberal Democrats to remain kingmakers

Whitbread gains as break-up talk resurfaces

Miners support wider London market after China easing move

Neil Woodford who has set up WIM. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
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Woodford raises record £800m for trust

Applications scaled back and trust will probably trade at a premium

FTSE 100 suffers largest drop this month

Financials weigh on benchmark

Equity investors reject UK election risk

Political stakes are high: so too is faith in UK stocks

G4S chief receives 73% pay rise

Outsourcer returned to profit after staffing and overcharging scandals

Regulators tiptoe around telecoms mergers

Authorities are strangely acquiescent over collapsing competition

Meggitt ‘too expensive to buy’ hits price

FTSE 100 retreated from record high, losing 0.5% to 7,060.45

UK equity investors skip ahead regardless

FTSE 250 at record high as markets appear undaunted by politics

Tullow extends winning streak on M&A speculation

Retailers, led by Sports Direct, lift broad market

Old Mutual’s mixed bag needs a tidy-up

Group should demerge or sell its UK wealth management business

Commodities support modest FTSE rise

Tullow Oil surges after upgrade

Oil stocks shine on fresh bid hopes

Analysis points to tighter supply and low stock prices

Tesco and miners weigh on FTSE 100

Citi paints bleak outlook for iron ore

London miners hit by broker downgrades

Citi note calls end to the ‘iron age’

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