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A brief roundup of Tuesday's main business headlines. Extensive coverage of Brexit, Goldman Sachs, LSE, crude oil, Syria, US Federal Reserve, US elections, Sainsbury, BT, UK property, Deutsche Bank, BMW and much more...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Deutsche Bank denies seeking help from Berlin over DoJ

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

Brexit can make UK highly attractive, says Axel Springer chief

Star trader Rokos eclipses his old Brevan Howard fund

Goldman Sachs to axe 30% of Asia investment bankers

Oil market has low expectations for Opec production deal

City's special relationship with EU finance system revealed

LSE and banks set to launch new derivatives exchange

Stocks retreat as Deutsche Bank slides

Venezuelan oil major's debt swap: the beginning of the end?

Brexit can make UK highly attractive, says Axel Springer chief

Mood hardens in Berlin over Brexit demands

Clothes buying goes out of fashion in the UK

Confidential report reveals Brexit threat to consumer banking

Russia accused of supporting 'barbarism' over Syrian conflict

Fed on ropes as Yellen seeks to fend off Trump blows

Scare stories will not stop populist insurrections

Mood hardens in Berlin over Brexit demands

US presidential debate hinges on an unpredictable Trump

THE TIMES

Deutsche shares plunge after rights issue alert

Alton Towers bosses 'to blame for ride crash'

Chop Chop! Sainsbury's cyclists to deliver groceries in an hour

Henry, power games, Brexit . . . and what happened next

Fault lies with BT, watchdog rules after Sky disputes callout charges

Property market 'is back to normal'

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Deutsche Bank shares slump to lowest level in a quarter of century as Merkel rules out state aid

Blow to BMW workers as car maker plans to close final salary pensions to new contributions 

Businesses round on Labour over interventionist fears

More than £23bn wiped off FTSE 100 as banks rattled by Deutsche's latest share price plunge

Greybull to offer multi-million pound lifeline 'within days' as Monarch Airlines battles cash crunch speculation

Comment: Labour's mad economic plans would ruin Britain

Tullett Icap deal hits a snag as chief operating officer quits

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

Saudis shore up banks as slow financial crunch worsens

Comment: The Deutsche Bank crisis could take Angela Merkel down - and the Euro

Europe will be hit harder by Brexit than Britain, German business chief says

EasyJet names one of its non-executive directors as its next chief operating officer

HSBC calls for revamp of financial crime rules

CBOE buys Bats for $3.2bn in latest round of stock exchange consolidation 

THE INDEPENDENT

A hard Brexit would lead to a hard biz-exit with devastating results

Rodrigo Duterte's brutal drug war sends currency to seven-year low

Trump to cause panic on markets if he wins debate

Brexit boost for superyacht industry as sales rise above sinking pound

Inside the student flat that costs £4000 a week

£22bn wiped off value of FTSE 100 ahead if Trump v Clinton debate

Sainsbury's becomes first supermarket to offer one-hour delivery

THE GUARDIAN

Stock markets drop ahead of US presidental debate

Deutsche shares fall to lowest level since mid-1980s

National Grid and SSE buck FTSE falls as investors seek havens

BBA Mortgage approvals fall by a fifth

Stock markets drop ahead of US presidental debate

Women poorly represented in top 1% of earners, study finds

Consultants enjoy higher demand and pay in wake of EU vote

'No more Mike Ashleys, no more Philip Greens'

Sainsbury's one-hour delivery service takes on Amazon

Monarch in talks about cash injection amid rumours over financial health

DAILY EXPRESS

Germany's biggest bank on brink: Deutsche Bank hits record low as Merkel rules out bailout

ECB's Mario Draghi savaged by MEPs over negative interest rates and fuelling debt economy

China is biggest threat to world economy and will crash soon, Harvard professor warns

Mario Draghi and ECB go to war with Germany over how to save crumbling Eurozone