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What the Papers SayBack

The Financial Times

New sell-offs rock oil and metals markets


A fresh sell-off in oil and metals has shaken investors as fears grow of a sharper showdown in China. Copper, a barometer for global growth because of its wide range of industrial use, fell to a six year low.


WV investor calls for new leader to go

Ingo Speich, one of Germany’s leading investors, has called for the group to replace its new chief and chairman, saying only outside leadership can restore trust in the scandal-hit carmaker.


Relief for Cameron as two hedge fund leaders pump cash into pro-EU camp

Two high profile London hedge fund managers are to pump millions of pounds into the campaign to keep Britain in the EU, in a move that will come as a relief to David Cameron.


Transport for London faces £700m a year cut in funding

The London transport network is facing the loss of £700m a year state subsidy by the turn of the decade following cuts to grant funding to be announced by the government in this month’s spending review. Patrick McLoughlin, transport secretary, has told Transport for London that it has to move to self-sufficient footing where “non-grant” sources of income cover all its operating costs. Grants currently make up about a tenth of TfL’s operating budget of £6.6m.


Greece hit by general strike as austerity protests make comeback

Government offices stayed shit and public transport closed down yesterday as Greece’s resurgent trade unions staged the first 24-hour general strike since the leftwing Syriza party came to power in January.


Companies & Markets

Rolls-Royce shares tumble after fifth profit warnings in 20 months

Rolls-Royce suffered one of its sharpest share price falls since listing after the jet engine maker yesterday issued its fifth profit warning in 20 months and gave notice that it would review shareholder payouts.


The Guardian

Oil price fall and metals glut rattles the markets

Stock markets tumbled on both sides of the Atlantic last night after a slump in oil prices over the prospect for US interest rates triggered anxiety among financial traders.


The Times

L-driver may have to pay deposit to take test

Learner drivers may be forced to put down an extra deposit under plans announced today. Would-be drivers could have to pay £20 – 30, in addition to the test fee which would be returned if they pass.


Halfords shares backpedal after poor summer hits bicycle sales

Halfords’ launched a range of Sir Bradley Wiggins bikes failed to steer the City away from results that showed the cycling side of the chain was stuck in the slow lane.
The Telegraph


Commodities – Brent Crude at 18.00 – down $44.46 (December) -1.67 (-3.62pc)


Posted by Lois Hardy on 13/11/2015