Source - SMW
A brief summary of Friday's key headlines... Coverage of Apple, central banks and interest rates, Lloyds of London, Airbus, banking, Roll-Royce, BT Group, Serco, Kier, M&C Saatchi, Tesco, supermarkets, and much more...


Apple in talks on McLaren supercars takeover

Japan's Dentsu aims to tackle overcharging revelations

Buy-to-let: the asset class that dare not speak its name

Tabloids need more than Brangelina boosts

Maersk conglomerate to break up

ECB fears legal action will rein in scope for QE

Surging price of coking coal reflects China's muscle

Fed caution helps bolster risk appetite

Brexit and financial markets: 5 lessons learnt

Argentina: the upside is great but so is the downside

Oxford becomes first UK university to top global league

Downing St rebuffs Johnson on Brexit timetable

Who is in charge of Brexit? 'It's all very difficult,' says Hammond

US police to scan social media for violence alerts

Hungary says London is a 'no-go' zone due to immigration

Federal Reserve sets stage for 2016 US interest rate rise

State of emergency declared in Charlotte as protester shot

US police to scan social media for violence alerts

Indian Americans loom large in White House contest


US-EU trade war threat over 'illegal' Airbus aid

I've nothing left to help economy, says Carney

Lloyd's (out) of London as insurer mulls capital flight

Banks face tests to survive Chinese crash

From celeb land to the other Rolls

Safety first with entrepreneur Emily Brooke and Blaze


FTSE 100 nears 2016 high and pound breaks $1.30 as risk appetite returns after a divided Fed holds rates steady

Transatlantic trade war in the offing after Boeing claims victory following WTO ruling on Airbus's EU subsidies

Britain has the edge over EU nations in trade talks, says Civitas

Half a billion Yahoo users' data stolen in 'state-sponsored' hack

Tesco trio plead not guilty to fraud charges

Comment: Look at the evidence, not the economists, for the effects of the Brexit vote

Comment: Brexit provides an obvious solution to the Royal Bank of Scotland's Williams & Glyn headache

Comment: Bonmarche should cut its cloth like Burberry

Comment: Get ready for the mother of all stock market corrections once central banks cease their money printing

IM Properties launches £1.34bn land division for hard-to-build sites

BT in £60m YouView takeover talks with BBC

Serco boosted by £600m Barts hospital contract win

Kier boosted by strong order book and green light for Hinkley Point C

Remain campaign advertiser M&C Saatchi boosted by Brexit

Lloyd's of London warns Brexit is 'major issue' as City firms risk losing EU passporting


Mark Zuckerberg to give $3bn to 'cure all disease', will it work?

Britain not out of the woods on Brexit warns Bank of England

Indian students challenge Facebook on WhatsApp privacy policy

Brexit delivers cheaper hotel rooms. Why that's not good news

Big banks set for Shoreditch invasion as HSBC seeks huge office

Tesco executives plead not guilty to £326m fraud charges

Supermarkets are planning on reducing packaging to save money instead


'UK economy can weather Brexit vote storm without rate cuts'

EU Juncker calls on ex-commissioner to explain offshore role

First-time buyers must wait seven years longer for home in south-east England

Lending hits highest level since before financial crash

Housing market Help to buy closure will not affect those with small deposits, says Bank

RMT plans 14 days of strikes

Supercomplaint filed against banks over transfer fraud

Carney backs green finance to cut emissions and boost growth


Huge global financial crash is imminent, says £150bn asset manager

Mortgages at highest level since 2007 as Brexit scare-mongering wrong again

Workers not saving enough for retirement

Britain closer to balancing books after Brexit, new figures show