The focus over the coming week will shift back towards Asia as US and Chinese officials review progress on implementation of the phase-one trade deal between the two nations.
The Sunday Times's Emma Dunkley sounded a positive note on shares of Experian but nevertheless labelled the stock a 'hold' due to its valuation and the risks of a second wave of Covid-19.
NatWest is to push out several top bankers as part of a dramatic overhaul of its investment bank, as new boss Alison Rose attempts to cut ties with its past. The lender formerly known as Royal Bank of Scotland, 62%-owned by taxpayers, is expected to tell staff this week that at least three of its most senior investment bankers will stand down. - Sunday Times.
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