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Thursday Papers: Hammond eases off austerity
And OBR slashed Britain's growth forecast on sluggish productivity and miserly pay.
Overnight Markets: Amazon lifts Nasdaq to record close
The Dow and the S&P 500 fell after the Fed expressed concern about the impact of the market's sharp rise on the economy in a summary of its previous meeting.
Wednesday Papers: EU, UK aim Brexit divorce deal within 3 weeks
And The Children's Investment Fund called on the Bank to remove London Stock Exchange chairman.
Overnight Markets: Tech shares lead Wall Street to record highs
Healthcare stocks also rose after bullish results from medical device maker Medtronic.
Tuesday Papers: May told to exploit Merkel crisis to reduce Brexit bill
And Uber to buy 24,000 specially-adapted Volvos in bid to develop fleet of driverless cars.
Asia stocks fall amid US tax reform concerns
Energy prices were in focus amid reports of heightened tension in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Monday Papers: Cabinet ready to back May’s increased Brexit bill offer
And bleak Christmas is expected for retail as struggling shoppers stay home.
Sunday Papers: Hammond pledges to build 300,000 homes a year
And JCB's Lord Bamford reignites CBI row claiming Brexit-businesses are not represented by big trade bodies.
Saturday Papers: Carillion shares collapse after profit warning
And Murdoch talks with Comcast and Verizon spur media deal frenzy.
Friday Papers: Cabot pulls London IPO
And Norway’s $1 trillion oil fund may turn its back on oil.
We quiz Standard Life chief on 1825 and Elevate
In this final instalment of our exclusive interview, Standard Life chief executive Barry O'Dwyer answers Citywire's questions about the company's restricted advice arm 1825, and brands the Elevate platform deal a 'fantastic success'.
CIO Tapes 2: two warnings and a lot of optimism
Our group of leading asset management CIOs see a lot of opportunities – and overseas investors are buying UK too
Adviser Profile: Andy Springford and Natalie Wright of Mazars
Andy Springford and Natalie Wright personify the high standards expected of young advisers at Mazars Financial Planning, as the future-facing firm looks to achieve revenue of £20 million by 2021