Source - SMW
A brief summary of Monday's key headlines, with extensive coverage of Brexit, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Syria, US election,Tesco, Mitie, Jaguar, BHS, O2, SABMiller, Twitter, Google, Kingfisher, easyjet and much more...


City of London fears May government is shifting towards 'hard' Brexit

Goldman Sachs to axe 30% of Asia investment bankers

How will Twitter's suitors reap its value?

HSBC kicks off search for next chief executive but one

No bank will escape fallout from Wells Fargo scandal

Will the yen or dollar swing on presidential debate?

City's special relationship with EU finance system revealed

Wounds from the 2008 financial crisis are still bleeding

Why states struggle to repatriate looted assets

Russia accused of supporting 'barbarism' over Syrian conflict

The art of defrauding America

US presidential debate hinges on an unpredictable Trump

Clinton camp dubs Trump a serial liar ahead of first debate

The world's diplomats wonder how to prepare for a President Trump

Scare stories will not stop populist insurrections

Mood hardens in Berlin over Brexit demands

Wolfgang Schauble offers Boris Johnson lesson on EU law

US presidential debate hinges on an unpredictable Trump


Chinese sued in brewery fight over 'owed' millions

Tesco faces questions amid pension deficit fears

Shipping giant falls victim to an industry all at sea

Struggling Mitie's 'prickly peer' gives critics the silent treatment

Jaguar splutters in slow lane

Feeling nervous about investing this autumn? You may have good reason


Brexit vote 'will not dent economy this year' as UK growth forecasts back to pre-referendum levels

Jeremy Corbyn's growth plan 'excessive' and risky, economists warn

BHS to relaunch in the UK online

Did Henry VIII's Tudor 'Brexit' lead to England's trading glory, or a century of depression?

Mobile giants 'face £1bn Phones 4U claim'

Comment: World leaders cannot match market forces for power 

Tesco setback as pension black hole balloons to £5bn

Comment: Europe should look to Japan for warning signs on negative rates 

SABMiller takeover faces protest vote

Comment: Yahoo deserves severe scrutiny over its epic hack - but it is not alone

Comment: GSK's boss is smashing the glass ceiling, but not everybody's happy

'Let's see Brexit as an opportunity, rather than a threat,' says influential MedCity chairman

Australian internet firm mounts BT challenge with business broadband launch

Petra Diamonds boss Johan Dippenaar on how the miner was created from scratch

BHS to relaunch in the UK online

O2 fires up blockbuster London float plans


The top 9 languages for the highest-paid jobs in Britain

Brits who didn't vote in the EU referendum now wish they voted against

The true cost of Brexit without a free trade deal

Twitter sale: Google reportedly in talks to buy site

Amazon fined for trying to fly dangerous goods by air

Toffee Deluxe evicted from Quality Street after customer complaints

Iceland (the country) considers suing Iceland (the supermarket)

TTIP deal could re-launched under a different name, say EU ministers


Co-op makes record payout to underpaid worker

Brexit anxiety taking its toll on financial services sector, CBI finds

British manufacturing sector ready for expected boost from Treasury

Former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato on trial over bankers' luxury sprees

BHS to launch online a month after last shop closed

Sports Direct's surrender is just the start, says TUC


Share Hunter: Kingfisher set out on ambitious five-year plan

City news: British Marine, easyJet, BHS and what the papers say

Britain's superyacht industry is weathering the Brexit storm

Gloomy view from banks and lenders as confidence in financial services drops

Stalemate as chairs don't measure up as couple face losing £5,000

Twitter company takeover imminent Is this the end of Twitter? 

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