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Friday newspaper round-up: Turkey, Transitional deal, Unilever

2 days ago

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - A powerful earthquake has struck off the Turkish coast, triggering a tsunami in the Mediterranean and Aegean and killing at least two. Beachfront hotels full of British holidaymakers were flooded in the coastal city of Marmaris, while the effects of the 6.7 magnitude quake were also felt on islands such as Crete and Rhodes. - The Daily Mail

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Friday newspaper round-up: Turkey, Transitional deal, Unilever

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - A powerful earthquake has struck off the Turkish coast, triggering a tsunami in the Mediterranean and Aegean and killing at least two. Beachfront hotels full of British holidaymakers were flooded in the coastal city of Marmaris, while the effects of the 6.7 magnitude quake were also felt on islands such as Crete and Rhodes. - The Daily Mail 2 days ago

Thursday newspaper round-up: BHP Billiton, Northern Trust, Royal Mail, Ofwat

Michele Maatouk

(ShareCast News) - Executives inside Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump's personal bankers, are expecting that the bank will soon be receiving subpoenas or other requests for information from Robert Mueller, the special counsel who is investigating possible collusion between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign. A person close to the matter who spoke to the Guardian on the condition of anonymity said that Mueller's team and the bank have already established informal contact in connection to the federal investigation. - Guardian 3 days ago

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Brexit bill, BP, ONS leak, Ecuador, card charges

Oliver Haill

(ShareCast News) - Divisions over the UK's Brexit divorce bill were laid bare on Tuesday as British negotiators pushed back against a mooted 75bn (66bn) Brexit charge-sheet. On the second day of detailed Brexit negotiations, the British team peppered the Brussels side with questions over how to pay for unwinding 44 years of the UK's European Union membership, after the government admitted in parliament last week it has financial "obligations" from its EU membership. - Guardian 4 days ago

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Growth concerns, China, insurance, autumn coup

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(ShareCast News) - Rising prices and weak wage growth are already hitting the economy as British households are forced to cut back spending, analysts at PwC have warned as they forecast economic growth will slow to 1.5% this year from 1.8% in 2016. Falls in the pound over the past year have pushed up the cost of imported goods such as food and petrol, while wages have failed to maintain pace - though steady falls in unemployment have helped to cushion the blow. - Telegraph 5 days ago

Monday newspaper round-up: Business confidence, CPI forecast, HSBC, railways

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - The UK needs to prepare itself for weaker economic performance, two major forecasting groups have said, in the latest studies predicting the downsides of the Brexit vote. Fragile business sentiment linked to Brexit-related anxiety, domestic political uncertainty and squeezed consumer budgets have caused UK business confidence to drop to its lowest point for almost six years, the economic consultancy IHS Markit reports. - Guardian 6 days ago

Sunday newspaper round-up: Austerity spat, post-Brexit trade, lipstick effect, Barclays

Alexander Bueso

(ShareCast News) - Philip Hammond has declared that public-sector workers are "overpaid", as a bitter cabinet war erupted over austerity. At a heated cabinet meeting, the chancellor refused to lift the 1% cap on wages for public-sector workers on the grounds that they earn more than those in the private sector, along with generous taxpayer-funded pensions. - Sunday Times 6 days ago

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