Short sellers target biotechs

Proportion of sector’s stock out on loan reaches 2015 high

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Calls for easier bond rules ring true

Reporting requirements can aggravate already poor trading conditions

Risk aversion hampers economic progress

Country still struggling with productivity conundrum

Pawel Tamborski, head of the Warsaw stock exchange

End to uncertainty after election should boost investment

Pawel Tamborski, Warsaw’s stock market chief, argues that political clarity should lift sentiment

City Insider: HSBC rebrands UK arm

More changes at the top of Tungsten; Dan Loeb’s online research

Regulator warns on securities-based loans

Loans worth 70% of share portfolios have little protection

PE funds pressed over reporting fees

Industry group seeks ‘template’ to record money paid to managers

Tiger Global fund hit by China stocks fall

Ackman and Paulson also suffer from rout in equity markets

Fosun on the hunt despite share price dip

China conglomerate continues search for more ‘pearls’

Grocery warehouses worth more than shops

Investors seek out retailers’ ‘big boxes’ as ecommerce expands

Love affair with caravans drives merger

Private equity-owned Park Resorts and Parkdean Holidays to unite

India pulls back from $6.4bn tax raid

Government will not apply MAT to foreign institutional investors

Northern Trust flags surge in ESG funds

Growth spurred by shift towards more responsible investing

Deloitte appoints business psychologists

Firm buys leadership consulting practice as it moves beyond audit

Clever marketeers crashed the economy

New breed has run banking far less well than their predecessors

Carlyle in £500m Innovation Group deal

UK insurance claims technology specialist acquired just months after it set out restructuring plans

Klarna opens its tills in the US

Swedish payments start-up looks to take on PayPal and Square

Co-op shares headed for online auction

Asset Match platform to determine price in seven-day auction

Stakes high as Big Four push for M&A work

Professional services groups are aggressively luring bankers

KPMG to open own Mayfair members club

Admission to select London townhouse only open to clients or partners

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