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Most Asian stocks gain as investors weigh China PMI
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index rallied 0.5%, while China’s Shanghai Composite Index and Japan’s Topix index gained 0.3%.
Monday Papers: Putin seeks ‘statehood’ talks for SE Ukraine
And growth in UK manufacturing has eased back to more moderate levels, but companies remain confident about the economic outlook, according to a new study.
Sunday Papers: Key Tesco investor cuts stake
The Co-operative Group chair Ursula Lidbetter is to make finding her own replacement her top priority after delegates to a special meeting voted for sweeping reforms.
Saturday Papers: Tesco pledges ‘decisive action’ after profit warning
And RBS’ private bank Coutts has been forced to set aside £110 million to compensate thousands of well-heeled customers after giving them unsuitable investment advice.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street declines on Ukraine concerns
The latest tension between Ukraine and Russia and disappointing retail earnings overshadowed data showing the economy expanded more than estimated.
Friday Papers: New framework for sovereign defaults
And Royal Dutch Shell has asked Washington for permission to drill in the Arctic, off the coast of Alaska.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street closes flat in light trading
The S&P 500 scores another record, but volume was depressed with some market participants on vacation ahead of the Labour Day long holiday weekend.
Thursday Papers: IMF’s Lagarde under formal investigation
And more than 100 Scottish business leaders 'wanted to sign pro-UK letter but feared SNP backlash', claimed Gavin Hewitt, former Scotch Whisky Association chairman.
Wednesday Papers: Buffett defends Burger King’s tax deal
And Europe will remain heavily reliant on Russian energy for at least the next decade, according to Fitch.
Overnight Markets: S&P 500 closes above 2,000 for first time
Shares rose as economic reports showed record jump in durable-goods orders and an unexpected increase in consumer confidence.
Gervais Williams: the real reason to worry about Quindell
Citywire AA-rated manager Gervais Williams has argued that sentiment is the true danger to Quindell.
AA-rated Lofthouse: 'maverick' tobacco settlements won't stop M&A
Henderson International Income trust manager Ben Lofthouse shares his thoughts on recent developments in the tobacco sector in this video.
Profile: Quilter Cheviot boss Baines sees more consolidation ahead
Nineteen months on from the merger of Quilter Cheviot chief executive Martin Baines says the deal is now paying dividends.
Profile: how Matthew Butcher is carving a new role at Dart Capital
The wealth management industry is undergoing a profound period of change: whether it wants to admit it or not.