Press Roundup

A summary of Friday's business headlines. Coverage of Brexit, Bank of England, Opec, Fed Reserve, Scotland independence, Sports Direct, 21st Century Fox and Sky, Sainsbury, Lloyds, BP, Lloyds, and much more ...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Big energy fears peak oil demand is looming

Ackman's exit from Valeant piles pressure on Paulson

Irish complain about rivals in Brexit race for London's business

Five things to watch as oil prices fall

What you need to know after FOMC meeting

European Parliament signals tough line on Brexit

Brexit means the end of single market access for London

Theresa May's clampdown on international students is a mystery

What Nicola Sturgeon conjured from constitutional thin air

Davis admits UK has not assessed impact of Brexit without Brussels deal

The conundrum of Theresa May's Great Repeal Bill

Disney withdraws 'Beauty and the Beast' in Malaysia

Treasuries rally and dollar sinks after Fed rate rise

Opec faces quandary as cuts fail to prop up oil prices

What will happen to the pound when Article 50 is triggered?

THE TIMES

Tax reforms may harm small firms, peers warn

Diamond set for return to City with Panmure bid

21st Century Fox's takeover bid for Sky sent to regulators

Goose lays golden egg as it makes market debut

Sports Direct's 'fake news' row escalates

FTSE hits record high after US rates rise

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Bob Diamond and Qataris swoop on Panmure Gordon

Anil Agarwal's 'dawn raid' on Anglo American throws miner's future up in the air

Toyota urges tariff-free trade with Europe as it puts £240m into Derbyshire car plant

Culture secretary refers 21st Century Fox's £11.7bn bid for Sky to Ofcom and competition watchdog

BP in talks with Ineos to sell North Sea's largest pipeline

Lloyds takeover of MBNA faces competition investigation

China state TV deflates Nike's 'air' sole claims

Sainsbury's leans on Argos as supermarket sales slip

Canary Wharf Group looks to sell £600m stake in Walkie Talkie skyscraper

Sainsbury's leans on Argos as supermarket sales slip

THE INDEPENDENT

Employees aged 25-34 most unhappy with work-life balance

Toyota invests £240m in UK plant but issues warning over Brexit

Billionaire is betting on both sides of French Presidential election

Sky: Will Ofcom or the CMA dare to say no to the Murdochs?

Poland aims to be big winner from Brexit battle for UK banking jobs

First split over interest rates on Bank of England MPC since last July

Regulator urged to investigate official data leaks by TSC

Murdoch's Sky takeover bid to be examined by regulators

Peta to buy Canada Goose shares to stop firm using coyote fur

Tech giants mysteriously stop opposing travel ban

Sainsbury's: Do its shoppers want values or value?

THE GUARDIAN

Housing minister woos the world's housebuilders

Companies trying to have their cake and eat it, say workers

Shares soar across Europe, with FTSE clocking up new high

Bank of England Base rate stays at 0.25% as internal split emerges

FTSE 100 closes at record high

Philip Green's lavish party for 65th ends exile from social circuit

Sainsbury's: We face 'uncertainty' created by pound's Brexit slide

DAILY EXPRESS

Tax year end 2017: Are ISAs or current accounts the best place to save £5,000?

FTSE 100 reaches record high - index is now 17 per cent higher than before Brexit vote

Pound jumps as Bank of England policymaker votes to immediately raise interest rates

Pension trick could see Britons rake in hundreds of pounds every month if done by April 5