Source - SMW
A brief summary of Tuesday's main business headlines... Coverage of Airbus, McDonald's, Brexit, New York bomb blast, US Federal Reserve, Mitie, Hinkley deal, Ernst & Young, Petra Diamonds, WH Ireland, and much more...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Banks face $5bn hit to research teams as asset managers cut spending

Man v machine: 'Gut feelings' key to financial trading success

Airbus prepares to launch restructuring and cost cuts

McDonald's faces prospect of EU order to pay $500m in back taxes

Toxic haze in Southeast Asia killed 100,000, study says

Slump in US imports threatens to derail emerging market growth

Global bond issuance highest in nearly a decade

Wall St pares gains ahead of Fed decision

What will the BoJ and Fed do? Questions for markets this week

Fed plays poker with tempestuous markets

Fifty Trumpian days that will shake the world

NY bomb suspect captured after shootout

Trump's trade policies would send US into recession, study says

New York on high alert after bomb blast

Theresa May to canvass Wall Street over Brexit

Merkel admits she would turn back the clock on refugee policy

NY bomb suspect captured after shootout

Slovakia says Europe will make Brexit 'very painful' for UK

New York on high alert after bomb blast

THE TIMES

Mitie shares crash after profits warning

House price boom is too much for our babies

Meet the payday lender who has just had to pay up £34m

Lender threatened victims while family lived high life

Delays at Hinkley 'would harm industry'

Studio sale prospects look golden

DAILY TELEGRAPH

FTSE 100 smashes 6,800 and oil bounces after Venezuela says Opec 'close to output deal' 

Banks can cope with loss of EU passports after Brexit, says Moody's

China creates global steel champion as doubts deepen on output cuts

Immigrants are good for the economy and governments need to explain that, says OECD

Dairy Crest to pay its farmers more for milk amid supply shortage

Comment: Let's not forget during the Brexit bunfight that we must also diversify away from 

O2's Ronan Dunne: End 'stupid' debate over fibre and axe archaic planning laws

Comment: Three cheers for today's incredibly dull stock markets

Dairy Crest to pay its farmers more for milk amid supply shortage

Comment: Time to ignore popularity in a drive for successful UK industrial policy

Investors abandon principles as low interest rates put pressure on returns

Ernst & Young fined $9.3m for auditors' improper relationships with clients

Banks can cope with loss of EU passports after Brexit, says Moody's

Investors abandon principles as low interest rates put pressure on returns

WH Ireland shares spike as Kuwaitis eye stake

Payday lender forced to repay £35m to customers over 'unfair practices'

Petra Diamonds hopes for a sparkling 2017 despite market chill

THE INDEPENDENT

Financial scam takes place 'every 15 seconds' in UK

Star fund manager Neil Woodford blasts British tech failure

Other car makers even worse emissions cheats than Volkswagen

Kate Moss launches her own talent agency 'to create stars'

BA eyes plan to scrap free food in flight with M&S help. Why the fuss?

Ofwat says opening competition in water industry would generate £2.9bn

Exploding phones disaster gets worse for Samsung

CEOs can now be tried under international law at The Hague

First-time buyers face even tougher challenge after Brexit

THE GUARDIAN

Dominic Chappell owes £500,000 in tax from ownership profits

Shop openings slump as retailers scale back expansion plans

Central banks boost gold reserves as low interest rates bite

Fraud soars by 53% in a year

'Hard Brexit' would have only modest impact, says Moody's

Shares and oil rally ahead of central bank meetings

Construction Small building firms 'struggling to find land for homes'

DAILY EXPRESS

Millions have no idea how they will pay bills in old age

Biggest market crash in HISTORY is coming as HUGE debt bubble bursts, top investor warns

China economy set for financial meltdown amid soaring debt levels 

Share index jumps as fears ease of US rate rise