Hot Off The Wires - 27 September 2019
China's industrial profits dropped 2% in August from a year earlier, after rising 2.6% in July. Disruptions from strong storms last month also contributed.
The eurozone’s bailout fund has announced that it will stop issuing bonds governed by English law.
KPMG has shifted 800 staff and about 20 partners from its advisory division into its audit department in preparation for a possible forced break-up.
Jaguar Land Rover will halt production at British factories for a week in November to mitigate potential disruption from a no-deal Brexit.
In Scrabble, how many points is the letter K worth?