Press Roundup

A brief summary of Friday's key business headlines... Coverage of sterling, Marmite, Brexit, US elections, Scottish referendum, William Hill, Tesco, Deutsche Bank and much more...


The Great Marmite shortage

China rethinks approach after surge in lending to risky countries

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

The pound and the rand, a tale of two currencies

Risk appetite undermined by Chinese data

Tesco pulls products over plunging pound

Outlook for Credit Suisse's investment bank brightens

Why has the pound made Marmite cost more?

Wells Fargo chief John Stumpf to leave immediately

UK faces Brexit divorce bill of up to €20bn

Boris Johnson dismisses fears over leaving single market

May's push to avoid Commons vote on Brexit faces High Court test

Sturgeon seeking to keep Scotland in EU single market

Sturgeon: Second Scottish referendum bill to be published next week

Donald Trump faces multiple groping claims

What will King Bhumibol's death mean for Thailand?

'Hard Brexit' or no Brexit, Donald Tusk warns UK


Billionaire bids to join big players in North Sea

William Hill deal opposed by leading shareholder

Game's profits shot to pieces as battle of the consoles rages

Investors get that sinking feeling over flotations

'Flash crash' trader fights extradition


Standard & Poor's warns on UK reserve currency status as Brexit hardens

MPs to vote next week on whether to strip Sir Philip Green of his knighthood

Canada PM warning to Brussels: if you won't do a trade deal with us, what is the point of the EU?

Marmite-gate is over: Unilever ends dispute with Tesco, says products will be 'fully available'

Activist Fund attacks William Hill's £5bn merger plan

Comment: Tesco's PR coup: after Marmite-gate it's now the little guy's Brexit friend

Comment: Love it or hate it, Marmite-style price increases may be unavoidable

Comment: HM Treasury should stick to its job, and not try to dictate the terms of Brexit

Comment: If the Government won't build new infrastructure let others have a go

Comment: If Europe insists on a hard Brexit, so be it

MPs given veto on next pensions regulator

Delays to whiplash reforms costing drivers £3m a day, insurers claim

Dutch bank ING to move dozens of trading jobs to London

Prices for UK packaging set to rise as pound falls, Mondi says

Trident missile staff at AWE face cut to pensions

British Chambers of Commerce finally replaces Longworth after Brexit row


Hammond slammed over 'independence' claims for infrastructure quango

Pound sterling slumps as Brexit sparks Tesco-Unilever price row

'Man Tax' - New York pharmacy charges men 7% more than women

Housing market picks up for first time since Brexit vote

Insurers playing cynical game over whiplash as Government mulls reform

THE GUARDIAN Tesco and Unilever settle Marmite price row

US banks planning exodus from Britain, says French minister

Snapchat IPO could value 'mega unicorn' at $25bn

Little sympathy for Unilever in town where Marmite is made

Shareholders revolt against James Murdoch's appointment as chairman

Crime Hundreds of UK properties could be seized in crackdown on corrupt cash

Lord Wolfson warns against isolationist Brexit course

UK's anti-immigration stance is bonkers, says restaurant group owner

MP calls for national product recall register after spate of fires

Government refuses to rule out £18bn 'divorce bill'


Millions face pension misery: Workers will have to wait even longer to get state cash

Sports Direct international's acting finance boss to resign

Airline Monarch keeps Atol licence after £165m cash injection at the 11th hour

New pension policy tax relief switch 'unfair' to older