UK prime minister Boris Johnson calls for a new deal with Iran, Netflix sees its shares erase all gains for 2019 while Barclays analysts question if its valuation was too high, and Thomas Cook’s management faces a UK government-backed inquiry after the collapse of the travel group. Plus, the FT’s car industry correspondent Peter Campbell explains what a recent settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission means for Carlos Ghosn and Nissan.

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