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Thursday newspaper round-up: Auditors, Brexit, EU tariffs, Uber

(Sharecast News) - The competition watchdog has called for the Big Four auditors to split their auditing and consulting operations to address "serious" issues in the disgraced accounting sector, but stopped short of calling for a full break-up. Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG, which audit 97pc of all FTSE 350 companies, have faced extensive criticism for failing to flag problems in the accounts of clients including Carillion, BHS and Patisserie Valerie before their collapse. - Telegraph
[18 Apr '19 07:07]

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Asda, Intel, Netflix, Mastercard

(Sharecast News) - The global financial system faces an existential threat from climate change and must take urgent steps to reform, the governors of the Bank of England and France's central bank have warned, writing in the Guardian. In an article published in the Guardian on Wednesday aimed at the international financial community, Mark Carney, the Bank's governor, and Villeroy de Galhau, the governor of the Banque de France, said financial regulators, banks and insurers around the world had to "raise the bar" to avoid catastrophe. - Guardian
[17 Apr '19 07:30]

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Slow growth, waning trade, Brexit stumble

(Sharecast News) - Experimental early warning systems for the economy, devised by the Office for National Statistics and using VAT and road traffic data, have suggested that turnover at British companies may have weakened during the first quarter. The ONS said that its new index based on VAT returns had shown a "mixed picture", with "very slightly more firms reporting a decline in turnover" between the first quarter of 2019 and the final quarter of 2018 than those posting an increase. - The Times
[16 Apr '19 08:46]

Monday newspaper round-up: Barclays, Domino's, TSB, Whitbread, Netflix

(Sharecast News) - British businesses are the most gloomy they have been about Brexit since the 2016 referendum, with eight out of 10 finance leaders expecting the long-term business environment to be worse as a result of the UK leaving the EU. The accountancy group Deloitte has warned that worries over the long-term impact of Brexit are mounting, with more than half of finance bosses expecting to rein in recruitment and spending. - Guardian
[15 Apr '19 07:20]

Sunday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Melrose, Stagecoach, Barclays, WPP

(Sharecast News) - David Lidington, the cabinet minister overseeing cross-party Brexit talks with Labour, has insisted that there is now "more that unites than divides" the main parties, amid desperate attempts to find a breakthrough that avoids European elections that could prove disastrous for the Tories. His claims that the meetings had been "serious and constructive", with large areas of agreement, comes as Theresa May and her team want to show progress as soon as possible, in a bid to avoid taking part in European elections late next month. - Observer
[14 Apr '19 16:14]

Friday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Superdry, Disney, Uber

(Sharecast News) - Theresa May has dispatched shattered MPs for a 10-day Easter recess, and urged them to use the time away from Westminster to "reflect on the decisions that will have to be made swiftly on our return," after European Union leaders set 31 October as the new Brexit deadline. The prime minister addressed the House of Commons after her return from the late-night summit in Brussels at which EU27 leaders thrashed out an extension to article 50. - Guardian
[12 Apr '19 07:19]

Thursday newspaper round-up: Starbucks, house prices, Italy, Virgin Atlantic

(Sharecast News) - A 1m fund to help expand and improve paper cup recycling facilities across the UK will be launched on Thursday by the coffee giant Starbucks and environmental charity Hubbub. Local authorities, recycling companies and social enterprises will be invited to bid for grants of up to 100,000 on behalf of their communities to create at least 10 large-scale recycling programmes. - Guardian
[11 Apr '19 07:44]

Wednesday newspaper round-up: Brexit, Bank of England, Finablr IPO

(Sharecast News) - European leaders have urged President Macron not to "humiliate" Theresa May as the price of granting her a long Brexit extension. In an appeal before tonight's critical summit, Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, called on EU leaders to treat Britain with respect or risk poisoning future relations. - The Times
[10 Apr '19 07:24]

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Brexit, retailers, LME, Sony, StanChart

(Sharecast News) - Theresa May will go to Paris and Berlin to plead with Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron for a Brexit extension on Tuesday, promising to be a good member of the European Union until departure day and claiming talks with Labour have a serious chance of reaching a deal. Before an emergency European summit this week, the prime minister will head to the continent to make the case for extending article 50 only until the end of June. However, she is also being forced to make pledges that the UK would abide by EU rules for however long it is a member, given that a longer delay and participation in European elections now look like the most likely option. - Guardian
[9 Apr '19 07:21]

Monday newspaper round-up: Business confidence, Holland & Barrett, Microsoft, BT

(Sharecast News) - Business confidence has crashed to the lowest point since 2012, and the economy is only growing because firms are stockpiling ahead of Brexit, according to a key sentiment indicator. The BDO optimism index, which charts how businesses expect output to develop in the next three to six months, fell faster in March that at any time since the bleakest days in the aftermath of the Lehman Brothers collapse in 2008. - Guardian
[8 Apr '19 07:20]



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