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Poll: Global funds trim stocks, wary on French elections

LONDON Global investors trimmed their equities exposure in February, with many arguing that markets had become too complacent about risks stemming from Europe's election calendar after a recent blistering stock market rally.

Wells Fargo robo-adviser to target young, first-time investors

NEW YORK Wells Fargo & Co's wealth management business said on Tuesday it would launch its new robo-adviser Intuitive Investor later this year in a bid to develop a new revenue stream from existing Millennial customers who may be looking to open their first investment account in a crowded online market.

Nissan says needs government help to expand British supply base

LONDON Nissan wants the British government to help the automaker increase its supply base in Britain to make sure it will comply with "rules of origin" if the country leaves the EU's customs union, its senior vice president in Europe said on Tuesday.

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Ex-President Bush says hopeful despite 'pretty ugly' climate in Washington

Former U.S. president George W. Bush has described the political climate in Washington as "pretty ugly" under Donald Trump's presidency but expressed optimism the United States would pull through despite the divisive political discourse.