Source - SMW
A brief summary of Tuesday's main business headlines. Coverage of  Samsung, US elections, Libor, EU, oil, Micro Focus, Abcam, FCA, Bank of England's Shafik, HP, Tata, pensions, Greggs, and much more... 


US equities rebound as Fed fears ease  

Markets volatile as summer lull ruptured  

Banks find blockchain hard to put into practice  

Federal Reserve risks markets shock with September move  

What the hell am I paying my EM fund manager for? 

Dubai investment unit axes most of its staff  

Banks find blockchain hard to put into practice  

US seeks scalps in Och-Ziff bribery investigation  

Samsung shares dive after Note 7 warnings  

Fintech start-ups put banks under pressure 

Trump to reveal health data as illness disrupts Clinton campaign  

Trump loses his shine in Pennsylvania  

How Putin is messing with American heads  

Federal Reserve risks markets shock with September move  

Long line of US presidents who concealed ill health 

Trump to reveal health data as illness disrupts Clinton campaign  

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

Australian immigration system faces calls for reform  

Federal Reserve risks markets shock with September move  

Long line of US presidents who concealed ill health 


Libor trader attacks SFO failure to go after bosses

Investors put Micro Focus pay under microscope

Having an ab fab time at the charity day, sweetie

Shafik closes Bank account before going back to school

Ex-minister attacks lax attitude to pension cost

Barroso kicked off Brussels' red carpet

Higher oil price and weaker pound start to push up inflation


Liberty frontrunner in deal to save almost 2,000 UK jobs at Tata Steel  

Ex-trade minister Francis Maude says British firms not lazy but 'too comfortable' 

Marks & Spencer announces retail chief Laura Wade-Gery will not return from maternity leave

Associated British Foods revealed Primark sales will fall on a like-for-like basis

Primark UK sales fall for the first time as parent plunges into pension deficit    Deutsche Bank boss tells staff to think like a tech firm, if they keep their jobs 

Comment: Why is the UK's money supply surging?

Comment: We don't need politics to improve work conditions, just a free market 

Comment: A crackdown on corporate liability is long overdue  

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

Comment: Six reasons why post-Brexit Britain can be like others that thrive outside the single market 

HP to buy Samsung's printer business for $1 billion  

Abcam blazes ahead with global growth plans as antibody sales soar 

FCA tells Aberdeen Asset Management to increase its capital buffer 

Bank of England deputy Governor Minouche Shafik quits after just two years 

Oil market glut to continue as Opec rivals resist an output slowdown 

Baird chairman Paul Purcell: 'You behave differently when it's your capital and it's your name'


UK could lose billions by making non-doms pay more tax, experts claim

Delivery company Hermes savaged in critical Frank Field report

Minouche Shafik to leave Bank of England after just two years

Brexit blows £200m hole in Primark's pension fund

Since Britain voted to leave the EU, the country's pension deficit has swelled and now stands at over £400bn

Senior executives could be prosecuted for fraud committed by staff

Stock markets fall at fastest rate since Brexit vote

Analysts point to concerns about central banks stimulus and the health of Hillary Clinton

Greggs unveils new 'healthy' sourdough pasties

Frankfurt tempts London's banks with fire at will plans 


Oxfam calls on Theresa May to tackle rising UK inequality

UK jobs market 'skating on thin ice' since Brexit vote, says survey 

Stock markets recover after biggest falls since Brexit vote

Big corporations dominate list of world's top economic entities 

Polymer fivers to enter circulation on Tuesday

Marks & Spencer's Laura Wade-Gery to leave at the end of September 

Bank of England's Deputy governor quits after two years 

S&P says post-Brexit vote bounce could be temporary 

JD Wetherspoon staff offered chance to escape zero-hours contracts 

Tata Steel's UK crisis hits global results 


German refugee worker hits back at Merkel's migrant pledge saying 'we can't do this'

Sturgeon snub: Second poll in two weeks shows no desire for Scottish independence

MH370 DISCOVERY: Scorched debris could be the clue that solves the mystery

The number of Britons cashing in on the smuggling of migrants has surged

Terror attack plots stopped every day some will slip through the net, warns French PM