Press Roundup

A summary of Monday's business headlines. Extensive coverage of US elections and Donald Trump, Brexit, UK house prices, corporate debt, BT, OPEC, China, uranium, TSB, facebook, Tesco, Volkswagen, and much more...


Big market question: has it been too far, too fast post-Trump?

Corporate debt returns lure investors back to bond market

The ingredients of the Trump economic cocktail

Wall Street eases as dollar hits 13-year highs

Passive fund managers poised to profit from the FCA's proposals

House prices speed up London exodus

Lloyds in pole position to buy BofA's UK credit card business

Jared Kushner, favoured son-in-law of Donald Trump

BT has second-worst funded pension scheme in the world

How a hard Brexit might affect three industries

I'm leaving and I want you to join me

Denmark: UK ally takes hard Brexit line

Political populism: Is Italy next?

House prices speed up London exodus

The new role for business in a fairer Britain

Agents under pressure to vet Trump team before inauguration

Sarkozy concedes as Fillon causes upset in primary

India's tough stance on Dutch trade deal fuels EU fears

Putin's delight at Trump win may soon wither

Stereotype-defying Trump voters have no regrets


Hinkley firm in conflict row over links to French

Businesses must pay even if rates bill is wrong

Rivals call for protection from BT in £1bn auction

It's a bear market for bullfights

How did Trump and Farage make such fools of markets?

A little je ne sais quoi added to le hamburger


Insurers call on MPs to help with foreign expansion post-Brexit

China will not shut the door on globalisation, president Xi Jinping vows

OPEC oil cut nears as battered Saudis bow to indomitable US shale

Homes like these in Mayfair have been hit by changes to the stamp duty system

Uranium provides power when its atoms are split, and big players have stockpiles, but experts believe prices will rise again

Comment: 'Spreadsheet Phil' can have it both ways - if he's careful

Comment: Globalisation can benefit everyone and make the UK profitable

Comment: It isn't just Facebook - the internet creates bubbles everywhere

TSB joins bidders for £16bn Bradford & Bingley loans

Treasury dismisses RBS share sale claims

Facebook to create hundreds of jobs in UK

Eastern European zinc miner to float in UK

Insurers call on MPs to help with foreign expansion post-Brexit

Smiggle braves 200 UK store openings despite Brexit

Success suits Brian Brick, turnaround Moss Bros boss

Sir Stelios's easyCoffee eyes expansion

Hedge funds struggle to justify their vast fees in the wake of Trump's election


Petrol to be cut to below £1 by Morrisons amid growing price war

Premier League agrees record £560m deal for Chinese TV rights

Maltesers follow Toblerone's downsizing as bags get 15% lighter

Tesco-man David Lewis fights for the consumer as Black Friday beckons

Volkswagen axes 30,000 jobs after it scammed emissions tests

Alzheimer's Research imagines Christmas without Santa in powerful ad

Financial Conduct Authority says money managers over charging savers

iPhones are less reliable than Android devices, study finds


Tax rise of £2bn may force retailers to raise prices

Watchdog to tear up UK growth forecasts

Tax rise of £2bn may force retailers to raise prices

London attracts one-quarter of graduates from UK universities

Fatigued Black Friday delivery drivers 'could pose road safety risk'

Luxury magazines defy print market gloom

Brexit blues Weak pound pushes up guitar prices


The Crusader: Cold calling cheat who preyed on vulnerable gets five years

Firms eye post-Brexit innovation

Brexit pointless if Britain stays in single market, says top economist

"Inflation is back": Chancellor issues warning for households ahead of Autumn Statement