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The Financial Times
Commission proposal for Britain to be involved angers Downing Street
A strong pound and cheap credit caused a boom but dealers spot clouds ahead
(Dealerships “involved in the business of selling new cars in the UK, Europe’s hottest market”, are doing well, but this is because “global carmakers are pumping the UK market for all its worth”.
Compared with a slowing China and falling markets in Russia and Brazil, the UK, which has recorded 40 months of growth, has become a “regional honeypot” says one industry executive.
Companies with more than 250 employees will have to publish the difference in average pay between male and female workers as part of the prime minister’s effort to “end the gender pay gap in a generation”.
Companies and Markets
A profit warning at Brilliance China Automotive, BMW’s Chinese business partner, has cast a further cloud over the outlook for premium car sales in the world’s largest car market
Gunvor, one of the world’s largest commodity traders, has sold a majority stake in its once prized Russian oil terminal on the coast of the Baltic Sea to a local industrialist.
Wave of futures transactions expected as producers look to protect sales for next year
Memo to a skittish oil market: more selling may be on the way
Saudi Arabia has told Opec it has raised crude oil output to the highest level on record, as it prepares for the return to international markets of regional rival Iran and for peak summer demand
Police on the Isles of Scilly are hunting a suspect who has been leaving fake parking tickets on vehicles
The number of drivers fined for straying into bus lanes has more than tripled in five years amid fresh claims that British motorists are being used as “cash cows”.
Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show that at least £30million was collected from motorists last year, with rising numbers of councils adopting tough powers for the first time to keep routes clear of cars. A million penalties were served on motorists in 2014, up from 321,000 in 2010.
A fleet of tankers is poised to pour 40 million barrels of oil into an over-flowing global market as talks over Iran’s nuclear programme and the end of sanctions edge to a conclusion.
The national living wage will hit retailers, restaurants and leisure groups and could lead to higher prices, one of the three big credit ratings agencies has warned.
Till receipts in shops grew last month by their fastest rate since January 2014 as consumers spent more on groceries while warm weather encouraged people to refresh their summer wardrobes.
(Oil company drilling in Kurdish Iraq may finally start making money)
The Daily Telegraph
Apple Pay launches in the UK today, allowing iPhone and Apple Watch users to pay for goods and services, as well as travel around London with the help of their devices.
Data required by the Bank of England in order to identify financial risks is still not ready, nearly two years after Governor Mark Carney berated statisticians over the situation.
Car insurance premiums have climbed almost 4 per cent or £21 on the average policy over the past year after three years of falls, according to confused.com and Towers Watson. The average annual premium is now £600. Premiums will climb again in November, after the Budget raised the insurance premium tax.
The Daily Mirror
Insurers blocked a record £1.32 billion worth of would-be fraud last year. Firms say they stopped 130,000 dodgy cases— that’s more than 350 every day— in 2014.
More than half of that was linked to car insurance, said industry body the Association of British Insurers.
The Daily Mail
Wages in the private sector are rising at the fastest pace for more than a decade in a boost to living standards across Britain, according to experts.
Is the mega-deal of the year beginning to take on water?
Petrol prices could fall to below £1 a litre again if Iran signs a deal to limit its nuclear ambitions
Car hire firms have pledged to get their act together after a slap from watchdogs.
Five of the biggest car hire firms in Europe are promising to act on complaints.