Press Roundup

A roundup of Tuesday's key business headlines... Coverage of crude oil, Brexit, US elections, sterling, Facebook, BHP Billiton, WANdisco, Randgold, RBS, William Hill, Uber and much more...


Oil jumps to year-high as Putin speaks up for output cap

Air miles - fly at the front for a fraction of the cost

Pound plummet blamed on 'liquidity holes'

Five factors drive the outlook for gold

Energy stocks lift Wall St as oil jumps

Deutsche Bank received special treatment in EU stress tests

Frankfurt vies for UK banking jobs post-Brexit

Germany well-placed for post-Brexit migration of London business

UK retreats on plans to make companies list foreign workers

Wall Street bosses warn on Brexit risks

For Remainers, the only good Brexit is hard Brexit

EIB chief warns UK will struggle without cheap EU loans

UK retreats on plans to make companies list foreign workers

May to back new foreign investment vetting system

Trump regains footing in bitter debate with Clinton

Trump v Clinton - the debate highlights

Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom win 2016 Nobel economics prize

China anti-corruption campaign backfires


Legal woes cast shadow over £6bn Hill merger

Oil rises after Putin backs supply cut

Facebook gives the office its big thumbs up

HarbourVest tries less hostile approach

Sterling stuck in Brexit-inspired spiral


Britain should embrace weaker pound and it needs to fall further, says former BoE govenor and currency guru

Manufacturing giant JCB ends CBI membership over anti-Brexit stance

MPs could re-open RBS probe as leaks reveal 'dash for cash' in 2008

Profits at Uber's UK arm doubled last year as its drivers racked up more than £100m in fares

Vladimir Putin pushes up oil prices as Russia signals it will cap production

Comment: Soaring gilt yields are a bigger problem than the pound's slide

Comment: Four ways the UK can take advantage of a weaker pound

Facebook already runs your life. Now it is launching a social network for the office

Comment: The UK's economic interests are not the same as those of self-interested business leaders

Comment: Like UKIP, WANdisco is prone to trading punches

Crisis-hit Southern Rail operator threatens legal action to quash strike as franchise questions mount

British steel could have gone into Trident subs - but the contract was sent to France

MPs could re-open RBS probe as leaks reveal 'dash for cash' in 2008

Work-life balance tops list of young workers' worries

Gold miner Randgold hits out in Mali tax dispute

WANdisco finance chief makes surprise return - three days after quitting in his first week

Protectionism threatens climate change action, warns BHP Billiton


What Britain's Nobel Prize-winning economist had to say about Brexit

Nobel Prize for economics awarded to Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom

RBS executives must be held to account over small business scandal

William Hill's Amaya merger looks like a bad bet

Nobel prize in economics highlights debate over CEO pay

Mexican peso rises after Trump-Clinton debate, pound still vulnerable

Deutsche Bank fails to reach deal over $14bn fine

Goldman Sachs could move 2,000 jobs out of the UK, says report

RBS documents leak reveals 'shocking' conduct says Andrew Tyrie MP


Environment BP ditches plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight

Uber's main UK business paid only £411,000 in tax last year

'Turn it off' Samsung warns users after suspending sales of Galaxy Note 7 phones

Singapore shuts down Swiss Falcon Bank over Malaysian wealth fund

Hard Brexit will cost Treasury up to £66bn a year, ministers are told

Nobel economics prize Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom win for contract theory work

Mitie Chief executive steps down after 'decade at the top'


Global financial crisis: Bank of America issues terrifying worldwide recession warning

Deutsche share price falls investors fear for bank future

Deutsche Bank going bankrupt could destroy EU and tear down world economy, warns investor

Britain front of the queue for trade deal with Gulf States

Portugal's finance chief says economy is fine despite debt ratings being downgraded twice