As Europe's leaders agree to a delay to Britain's exit from the EU, James Norrington considers how to make the risks and rewards of Brexit stack up for your portfolio. Click here to read this week's cover story.
Meanwhile, Alex Janiaud looks at how Islamic finance introduced investors to the ideas of ethical investment centuries ago, and now its adherents say it needs to embrace the present. Alex also runs one of Mr Bearbull's portfolios through the screening criteria that Islamic finance requires. Read our second feature.
Payments giant Worldpay has attracted yet another suitor. This time it's US-based financial services technology group FIS. Harriet Clarfelt reports on what this means for shareholders.
But the big companies news this week was that Interserve is heading into administration. Tom Dines wrote the News Spotlight on events at the outsourcer and also joined John Hughman and Phil Oakley on this week's Companies & Markets Show to discuss what happens next. Listen to the latest podcast.
And changing tack, in the Money section this week, deputy personal finance editor Taha Lokhandwala explains how there are several stages in life when an Isa can be a better choice than other investment products. Click here to discover who should use an Isa and when.