Press Roundup

A brief summary of Tuesday's key business headlines... Coverage of Brexit, sterling US elections, Royal Bank of Scotland, bonds, Pearson, Biffa, Bank of England, and much more...


UK gilts face biggest monthly loss since 1992

Saudi Arabia's bond sale: what to watch for

Equities slip as gilt yield marches higher

Time to buy 'real assets' in age of inflation - BAML

ECB's QE programme strains eurozone repo market

Trump son-in-law makes approach on post-election TV start-up

US investment banking makes a comeback

PepsiCo launches multibillion-dollar health drive

Snapchat proves its reinvention credentials ahead of IPO

UK to write down value of RBS stake for second time in 6 months

UK looks at paying billions into EU budget after Brexit

Clegg warns 'hard Brexit' will lead to 22% EU food tariffs

Keir Starmer: the Brexit opponent making Labour heard on Europe

Brexiters turn their sights on Philip Hammond

UK to write down value of RBS stake for second time in 6 months

Biden hints at US cyber revenge on Russia

Brexit vote puts brake on flow of French bankers to London

Donald Trump redoubles 'rigged election' claims

After Obama: The future of US foreign policy


Foreign investors dump gilts over inflation fears

Worried investors throw curve ball at Britain

Biffa slashes share price to secure flotation

Removing the CAP will free Britain's farms, claims report

Sovereign fund pours £621m into Scotia Gas

Pearson's turnaround plan gets low marks


Bank of England deputy says plunging pound is a 'shock absorber' for the economy

Staples stores at risk as rescue deal nears

Foreigners shun Gilts on hard Brexit talk, as Hallowe'en verdict awaits

Dirty diesel generators in line for UK subsidies

Government borrowing costs rise again on inflation fears

Comment: Pearson faces a textbook lesson in how markets wane

Comment: If Wallonians are even afraid of deal with Canada, then what about us?

Comment: Infrastructure lies at heart of the UK's ambition to expand beyond Europe

Comment: DIY investing can prove a lonely, rollercoaster ride

Netflix smashes earnings forecast as viewers flock to sign up

Market report: Luceco's shares light up the market

JML scales back overseas business and swings to a loss

Amigo Loans owner pays founder another £1m dividend

Steel industry at 'breaking point' as it calls for Europe-wide help

ICE told to sell energy trading firm Trayport after competition complaints

Bank of America enjoys best quarter since the financial crisis


Pound sterling falls to lowest level against the euro since 2010

Pepsi's new drive to cut sugar from drinks not enough, campaigners say

Argos agency staff fail to get 80p an hour bonus if they call in sick

UK no longer one of top 5 countries to invest in after Brexit

Ladbrokes and Coral sell shops for a song but they're not real losers

US says Britain needs to 'sort out' its relationship with EU

Biffa's cut price flotation: Here's why it's bad news for the economy

Pound's fall is a good thing according to Bank of England policy maker


Another high street name could join BHS on scrapheap, says Kantar

Diesel farms set to win lucrative contracts

Heathrow third runway close to getting government green light

Bond sell-off continues, keeping pressure on pound

Crackdown on rogue landlords to include new minimum bedroom size

Self-employed earn less than in 2001


Market jitters hit two of London's biggest listings

City news: Royal Liver Building, Good Hair Day, SSE, UK fashion sales

The crusdaer car rental company brings pain Spain

Brexit deal must look after at-risk sectors of finance industry warns think tank