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Why Close Bros is sticking with the UK, despite Brexit worries

Close Brothers is sticking with the UK despite being ‘cautious’ due to Brexit and attractive valuations elsewhere.

Will Asos continue to be the darling of UK retail?

Which would result in the better share price reaction: a sub-3% or 27% increase in sales?

A fresh start: what it takes to set up a wealth boutique

With the raft of new regulations and pressure on fees, what does it take to launch a successful boutique in today’s market?

Serbia: ‘The role model for reforms’

Neuberger Berman's Rob Drijkoningen discusses the countries undergoing reforms that are powering his portfolio.

Wednesday Papers: Capita fails to win central government contracts

And sting in the tail for Melrose shareholders as they are left with bigger than expected debt from GKN takeover.

Overnight Markets: US stocks slide amid rising bond yields

Technology and industrial stocks pressured major indexes, with Alphabet, Facebook, 3M and Caterpillar all falling more than 3.5%.

Bookies slump as £2 stake limit on terminals looms

Shares in bookmakers tumble as The Times reports chancellor has agreed to £2 stake limit on controversial fixed-odds betting terminals.

Tilney appoints ex Schroders exec to board

Jonathan Asquith spent six years at Schroders as chief financial officer and vice chairman.

Numis questions Woodford’s controls after Prothena blow

(Update) Analyst challenges Neil Woodford’s decision to hold big position in Prothena as fund manager urges investors in his Patient Capital Trust to remain calm after failure of key drugs trial wiped 11% off the investment trust’s shares.

Regional stars: 10 of our best Scottish wealth profiles - part 2

In almost a decade of profiling wealth managers we have crossed and re-crossed all the major regions of the UK

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