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Hot Off The Wires - 17 September 2019

Updated: Sep 20, 2019


  • Shares fell after weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities spiked energy stocks amid concerns about geopolitical risk and a stumbling global economy.

  • Britain has extended its lead as the biggest centre in the world for trading foreign currencies and interest rate derivatives.

  • PwC’s top UK partners have received their biggest pay rise in a decade despite a growing regulatory backlash against the accounting group

  • Industrial production growth in China slowed to its weakest rate in almost 18 years.

  • US private equity firm Advent International won its battle to buy Cobham for £4bn, taking advantage of the weak pound to pounce on the defence and aerospace group.



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