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Wednesday Papers: Walmart’s online challenge to Amazon falters
And oil's 'super-cartel' born as Opec and Russia prepare to tie the knot, but US shale still the spoiler.
Overnight Markets: Disappointing Walmart results weigh on Wall Street
Other grocery retailers also declined, but shares of online retailer Amazon climbed 1.4%.
Tuesday Papers: KFC runs out of chicken in logistics fiasco
And activist investors pile pressure on BHP to drop London listing.
Asian stocks dip after Europe’s decline
Japan's Nikkei 225 slid 1.1% in early trade as financials, manufacturing and energy-related names traded in negative territory.
Monday Papers: Global dividends hit record $1.3tn in 2017
And SoftBank seeks to join Swiss Re board by acquiring up to 30% share in reinsurer.
Asia stocks extend global recovery
Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 1.13% in early trade, while South Korea's Kospi index gained 0.87%.
Sunday Papers: Green plots sell-out to Chinese
And Hammerson is set to crash out of the FTSE 100 during reshuffle.
Saturday Papers: Qualcomm dismisses Broadcom’s $146bn offer
And US charged 13 Russians over conspiracy to disparage Hillary Clinton and help Donald Trump in 2016 election.
Friday Papers: Standard Life Aberdeen loses its biggest client
And Uber is facing fresh regulations from Transport for London ahead of licence appeal.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street closes higher for fifth straight session
Apple jumped 3.36% after Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway made the iPhone maker its top investment.
'It had to be a surprise': Webb reveals strategy behind freedoms
Speaking to us as we launch our Pension Freedoms MOT series, ex-pensions minister Steve Webb has revealed the strategy behind 2014’s surprise Budget announcement.
MiFID II tapes: 'We get the regulation we deserve' on risk
'We get the regulation we deserve, because we don't set a high enough professional standard ourselves,' according to FinaMetrica director Paul Resnik.
Adviser profile: Carl Roberts of RTS Financial Planning
Carl Roberts says adopting a fixed-fee model and finding the right mixture of clients will be the catalyst for success at RTS Financial Planning.