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What the Papers SayBack

The Financial Times

Put the brakes on spending cuts, OECD urges Osborne

oecd

Pace of austerity worries think-tank

Fears for impact on the working poor

Pressure mounted on George Osborne yesterday to ease back on the pace of austerity when an international organisation that has consistently supported the chancellor’s overall fiscal plan joined those warning that the size of the state was being slashed too fast.

Chevron chief says European rivals’ carbon pricing plan is unworkable

John Watson, chief executive of Chevron, one of the largest US oil companies, has attacked his European counterparts for supporting a global carbon pricing system he says consumers will never back.

Stormont impasse puts Cameron on spot over reform

Villiers admits situation ‘frim’ after all-party talks fail to agree welfare cuts

Polluting companies told to expect heavy fines

Large companies should expect to face multimillion pound fines akin to those imposed in the financial services sector if they consistently break environmental laws, the Court of Appeal has said.

OECD slashes global growth forecast

Weak investment and poor output spur revision down from 3.7% to 3.1% this year

The OECD group of mostly rich nations has slashed its forecasts for global growth, as it warns that weak investment and disappointing productivity risk keeping the world economy stuck in a “low-level” equilibrium.

Companies and Markets

Exxon’s crude choice: Drift along or buy a rival

Longstanding focus on handing back cash to shareholders highlights how difficult it will be to deliver long-term growth

Opec to keep pumping as oil stabilises

Cartel looks to maintain downward price pressure on high-cost producers

Opec believes its strategy of letting prices fall to curb high-cost oil production is working, with the group set to keep the taps wide open at its output meeting this week.

Euro rebounds on ECB inflation forecast upgrade

Currency traders rediscovered their appetite for euros after 10-year Bund yields moved sharply higher as the European Central Bank raised its 2015 inflation forecast and left growth projections largely unchanged

The Times

Business

Pound slips as weak services dash hopes of bounceback

Hopes that the UK economy would recover swiftly from its first-quarter slowdown have been dashed by the weakest activity reading for the power-house services sector this year.

Oil prices on the slide

The price of oil fell by more than 2 per cent as expectations grew that Opec members will vote to keep production targets in place at a meeting on Friday.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 04/06/2015