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Friday Papers: Time finally runs out for Theresa May
And US-China trade clash sparks flight to safety as fears mount.
Overnight Markets: US falls on protracted trade war fears
Wall Street declined on Thursday, led by energy and technology stocks, prompting mixed trading in Asia with falls in Japan on fears the US-China trade war is escalating.
Thursday Papers: Tories expect May to be gone within days
And scramble to sell Scunthorpe and save thousands of jobs after British Steel collapses.
Overnight Markets: stocks end lower on renewed US-China trade tensions
Qualcomm tumbled 10.9% after a federal judge ruled that the chipmaker illegally suppressed competition in the market for smartphone chips.
Wednesday Papers: Tories reject May’s final attempt at Brexit deal
And Banks to go after Jamie Oliver personally as restaurant empire collapses with 1,000 jobs lost.
Overnight Market: Wall Street gains on tech rebound as Huawei ban eases
Equities of suppliers to the Chinese technology giant such as Intel Corp, Qualcomm Inc, Xilinx Inc and Broadcom Inc rose between 1% and 4.6%.
Tuesday Papers: Ford to cut 10% of global workforce
And Huawei ban sparks fears of technology cold war as billions wiped off share values in Silicon Valley.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street declines as Huawei ban fallout hits tech shares
Apple’s stocks slumped 3.1%, making them the biggest drag on Wall Street’s major indexes.
Monday Papers: Cabinet in no-deal Brexit row
And Sports Direct considers launching legal challenge to Debenhams' restructuring plans.
Asia stocks mixed after another week of trade tensions
In Australia, the ASX 200 added 1.43%, after the incumbent government pulled off a shock win in federal elections over the weekend.
Clientology: the battle to convince the IT crowd
Tech professionals may be stereotyped as nerds but as wealth clients they are efficient individuals who enjoy face-t-face meetings
Wealth firms failing to keep pace with rising cyber threats
Too many wealth firms either rely on outdated, manual processes to protect themselves or believe they are below the radar of malicious actors.
What's behind the big wealth client exodus?
The results of EY’s recent global wealth survey serve as a reminder that the customer is always king