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Saturday Papers: Defiant May raises stakes with no-deal threat to EU

And NatWest and RBS suffer online outage as MPs attack banks for IT failures.

James Anderson: US can’t beat China, tech titans won’t stop

Scottish Mortgage Trust co-manager sees no long-term threat to China and says a regulatory clampdown on technology companies is unlikely to work.

Pound tumbles as May hits out at EU's Brexit snub

Sterling falls nearly two cents against the dollar as prime minister Theresa May says EU's flat rejection of her Brexit plan 'not acceptable'.

Income and unrated bonds: a match made in heaven?

Low interest rates and a continuing wish to diversify funding sources has led a growing number of companies to issue unrated bonds.

Liam Halligan: the eurozone is about to implode

The economist and broadcaster told the Citywire Private Office Retreat he believes a potential implosion of the eurozone is the biggest threat markets face today.

Sky bidders gear up for weekend auction

The protracted takeover battle for Sky is on course to be settled this weekend after a surprise intervention from the Takeover Panel.

Barclays ‘whistleblower’ loses case

A Barclays trader who reported suspected tax evasion to his bosses has lost a claim for damages against the bank.

Hawksmoor boardroom reshuffle

Senior investment director Andrew Foster has stepped down from the board of Hawksmoor and been replaced by senior fund manager Ben Conway.

Private Office Retreat: pictures from day one

A selection of pictures from our annual private office event at Pennyhill Park in Surrey.

Killik & Co founder’s £5 million pay day

Killik & Co reported pre-tax profits rose by 7.9% to £16.4 million year-on-year.

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