Source - SMW
A brief summary of Monday's main business headlines. Plenty of coverage of Bridgewater, HS2, Brexit, US elections, China economy, Gatwick, UK economy, Morrisons, Tesco, Ophir Energy, PwC, and more...


S Korea's Hanjin Shipping thrown $90m lifeline  

Bridgewater draws $22.5bn as it opens to new money  

Alibaba's Jack Ma says fakes are better than originals  

Godzilla takes on the technocrats . . . and loses  

Simon Kirby quits HS2 to join Rolls-Royce

Federal Reserve risks markets shock with September move  

Bond pain sets the post-summer agenda for markets  

EU's financial watchdogs signal post-Brexit clampdown  

US equities suffer worst slide since Brexit as bond rally buckles  

Why states struggle to repatriate looted assets 

Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia  

Trump loses his shine in Pennsylvania  

How Putin is messing with American heads  

Federal Reserve risks markets shock with September move  

Clinton perfects the art of 'the illusion of inclusion'

Hong Kong losing status as China's 'great mall'  

Clinton perfects the art of ‘the illusion of inclusion'  

China infrastructure investment model under fire 


Safety flaw casts fresh doubt on Hinkley reactor

Late and over budget: a lesson for Britain

Report on Gatwick is 14 years out of date

Deliver reforms or lose bailout cash, Greeks told

Regional falls blur picture on house prices

Economy forecast to stall over the next two years

Troubled heart of Hinkley deal

The property boom in Britain is likely to go bust — just like Taiwan's


Tesco chairman: The supermarket space race is to blame for many of the retail industry's woes 

Inside the Bank of England's vaults: can cash survive? 

Bank of England has given Hammond £40bn of splurging room, economist says 

Ashley Highfield holding a copy of the Scotsman  

Pressure mounts on Johnston Press as activist seeks showdown 

Danish firm reaping wind farm subsidy bonanza says UK must accept foreign turbine parts 

Comment: 'A sense of anger had galvanised all of us': Remembering those lost at Cantor Fitzgerald on September 11 

PwC reveals how many new recruits went to private school to stir diversity debate 

Comment: It's game on for Nintendo as it embraces the smartphone 

Water companies team up to tap £4bn business supply market 

Former North Sea oil workers are finding a second wind in renewables 

Edouard Carmignac fund manager: "Brexit fears are proving unfounded" 

Tesco chairman John Allan: 'There are clearly some long-established retailers who are facing real challenges' 

Morrisons bounces back amid new Amazon tie-up 

Premier Farnell investors to vote on £868m Avnet takeover 

Ophir Energy's troubled gas project could turn a corner, says Barcap 

Straws in the wind on where the economy is blowing after the EU vote 


Sharp slowdown in economic growth' ahead after Brexit, experts warn

Why is the Caribbean running out of coconuts

Man running one of the biggest Nordic banks issues Brexit warning

New plastic £5 notes featuring Winston Churchill to enter circulation

British Airways; Bank of England; Thomas Cook: Business News in brief

Asda to slash grocery prices by 15% in latest round of price war

Walmart-owned company pledges to lower thousands of prices of everyday staples

SFO charges three former Tesco executives over £263m fraud


UK economy to hit near standstill as Brexit vote hurts investment – BCC 

Hermes may face investigation into allegations of low pay 

Minister asks tax inspectors to consider investigation after self-employed couriers complain about pay and work practices

UK music industry in plea to protect its status during negotiations 

Alexis Tsipras claims creditors are making Greek crisis worse 

Shell begins production at world's deepest underwater oilfield 

Pilots balloted for industrial action over claims of rising fatigue 

Taxpayers funded loans for foreign metals firm amid UK crisis 

Taxpayers funded loans for foreign metals firm amid UK crisis 

Greggs joins healthy eating trend with sourdough pasties 

HS2 chief quits before key decision on project 

From touch and go to new-wave revolution 


When will all pensions offer total freedom?

Mark Carney's 'Brexit Bazooka' was a dud, says Harvey Jones

Gold has been the top performing investment since the millennium

High-street retailer Next rebounds after Brexit

No rate cut needed to lift economy until Article 50 triggered

City News: John Lewis, Speedy Hire, and Lidl

Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin has savaged Brexit opponents

EU crisis looms as Greece, Spain and Portugal pose triple threat for crumbling eurozone

Mastercard hit with £14bn damages claim 

Three ex-Tesco executives charged over accounting scandal by serious fraud office