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The Expert View: Tesco, Experian and Shire

Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Thomas Cook and Close Brothers.

Wednesday Papers: Iran rejects Saudi offer to cap oil output

And Britain leaps into seventh place in competitiveness rankings as powerhouses Germany and Japan slip.

Overnight Markets: Wall Street rises after first presidential face-off

Consumer and technology stocks led gains amid perception Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in their first debate.

Citywire Compliance: new issue out now!

Citywire Compliance is back! We've followed up our launch edition with a second issue packed with great features.

JPM's Negyal: how I clawed back the EM plunge

Omar Negyal reveals how holding his positioning clawed back a 27% half-year less and why the recovery is set to continue.

'Champagne fraudster' handed longer jail term for fund con

Alex Hope, who duped investors to fund a lavish lifestyle, has seen his jail term extended after failing to pay a £166,000 penalty.

David Smith exits GAM following multi-asset restructure

Smith, alternatives CIO, leaves following a wider restructure of GAM's Multi Asset Portfolio Solutions team.

Trump v Clinton: the economic winners and losers

EdenTree's David Osfield, co-manager of the Amity International fund, analyses the implications of a Clinton or Trump presidency on business and investment, the environment, healthcare, tax reform and immigration.

Banks weigh on FTSE as Deutsche fears persist

Fears over banking sector undo initial enthusiasm sparked by US presidential debate, as Deutsche Bank tumbles to fresh lows.

Ex-Hargreave Hale manager joins Brough on Schroders trust

Jean Roche has been appointed co-manager on the Schroders UK mid-cap Trust.

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JPM's Negyal: how I clawed back the EM plunge

Omar Negyal reveals how holding his positioning clawed back a 27% half-year less and why the recovery is set to continue.

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