Press Roundup

A summary of Friday's business headlines. Coverage of US election and Donald Trump, Brexit, JPMorgan, China, EU, crude oil, Royal Bank of Scotland, Tesco, Majestic Wine, Libor, US Federal Reserve, and much more...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Death of India's big bank notes spells pain for gold and real estate

US and EM investors take opposing bets on Trump's presidency

Trump meets first foreign leader, heads roll at Rio Tinto and lessons from the 1930s

Derivatives traders forced to provide $27bn collateral post-Brexit

China's renminbi hits 8-year low

US tech groups scramble with post-election soul-searching

Are we about to see the return of supersonic travel?

JPMorgan to pay $264m penalty for hiring 'princelings'

Rio Tinto sacks energy chief Alan Davies after Guinea review

Investment banks' profits driven by debt trading

UK faces £100bn Brexit hole in budget

Wolfgang Schauble sets out tough line on Brexit

Student loans: the government sold millions of young people a lie

Remake the union to heal Europe's rifts

Ed Balls calls for curbs on BoE independence

UK faces £100bn Brexit hole in budget

Saudi Arabia warns Trump on blocking oil imports

Student loans: the government sold millions of young people a lie

Trump meets Abe in first face-to-face with foreign leader

THE TIMES

RBS 'misled' investors over £12bn rights issue

US rate rise is coming soon, insists Fed chief

Bank of England must dance to a different tune, claims Balls

'True cost of reactors would bankrupt EDF'

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Yellen steams ahead on Fed rate rise but concerns mount on dollar shock

Pound drops back below $1.25 despite bumper UK retail sales, as Fed's

Libor trader Tom Hayes writes to fraud squad over fresh Bank of England claims

Tesco boss criticises big suppliers for trying to put up prices in wake of Marmitegate

JP Morgan fined $264m for breaching bribery laws by hiring Chinese 'princelings'

Comment: Shop till you drop: Brexit Britain can't stop spending

Comment: Bruised markets brace for third popular revolt of 2016 as Italy rattles eurozone

Comment: Amazon delivery deal puts Morrisons streets ahead

Comment: Snapchat isn't worth $25bn - but that won't stop the technorati making it so

Majestic Wine pins its hopes on seasonal surge in sales and profits

Big Six energy giants 'don't need to raise prices this winter'

Staples stores to vanish from UK high street

Focus on value retail pushes NewRiver Retail's income up 19pc

Asda sales slump again as it shies away from price war

Creston appeals to shareholders to accept private equity bid over 'uncertain' trading

THE INDEPENDENT

Retail sales surge in October

Has Heathrow Airport made the best Christmas advert?

JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon 'turns down Donald Trump job offer'

Ed Balls says Bank of England independence should be curbed

RBS and the Government are stuck with each other for now. Good!

Immigration: it's good for your health and your wealth says the IEA

THE GUARDIAN

Tesco chief warns brands not to make UK shoppers pay for weak pound

Asda Sales slump puts chain at bottom of UK supermarket league

Safeguard public investment, say experts

Brexit unlikely to lose City role in euro-clearing

UK sales surge due to colder weather and Halloween

Number of care workers on zero-hours contracts jumps to one in seven

Labour MP calls for urgent investigation into temp agencies' tax avoidance

DAILY EXPRESS

City news: Royal Mail, Co-op, Majestic Wine and Ted Baker

Britain's booming: Brexit economy scores hat-trick of good news

Bank of England clampdown on buy-to-let mortgages