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Volkswagen Australia to launch recall of 90000 cars affected in emissions cheat
A Volkswagen logo is seen on one of the German automaker's cars in a street in Sydney, Australia, October 8 2015. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters.
US House slams regulators for not catching VW for years  Reuters
Volkswagen Australia to recall all vehicles with emissions cheating devices  Daily Mail
Sky News Australia  
Carney says Bank of England rate hike not Fed-dependent
LIMA The Bank of England will not necessarily wait for a hike from the U.S. Federal Reserve before it raises interest rates, Governor Mark Carney said on Thursday.
Mark Carney: Emerging market debt is the biggest risk right now
Mark Carney leaves Bank of England monetary policy options open  Financial Times
IMF told that amid 'new mediocre' no room for mistakes by central banks
LIMA Central banks have little room for error in a low-growth world in which over-leveraged and commodity-dependent emerging economies and a slowing China are major risks, top international financiers told the International Monetary Fund's meeting.
There's no such thing as junk science, just polluters in denial  The Independent
Just one more term: Lagarde's bid to stay  The Times (subscription)
Global economic slowdown threatens gains in youth unemployment
Youth unemployment is finally starting to improve a little, and progress must not be allowed to unravel as the global economy slows, the International Labour Organisation has said.
World's young jobseekers still struggling, says ILO  The Guardian
Youth unemployment rising in China and Brazil, ILO says  Daily Mail
Shares in Asia up following Fed minutes
Shares in Asia were in positive territory on Friday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's latest meeting suggested it may wait to raise rates.
Fed awaiting evidence global chill not knocking US off track  Reuters
Fed Held Rates Steady Over Concerns About Weak Growth Abroad  New York Times
Bill Gross sues Pimco for $200m, claiming he was 'forced out'
Billionaire investor Bill Gross's bitter war against his former employer Pimco has accelerated after the so-called Bond King filed a lawsuit alleging he was forced out of the fund manager by rival executives, including the brother of the former shadow ...
Bill Gross seeks 'hundreds of millions' from Pimco over ouster  Sydney Morning Herald
Allianz says Bill Gross's $200 million lawsuit has no merit  Reuters
Canadian Oil Sands responds to hostile Suncor bid
CALGARY - Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. (TSX:COS) has adopted a new shareholder rights plan -- often referred to as a poison pill defence -- following a hostile takeover bid from Suncor Energy.
Canadian Oil Sands Sets New Rights Plan After Suncor Bid  Bloomberg
Thousands of Cars Stuck in Beijing Traffic Jam on 50-Lane Highway
Vehicles are seen stuck in a traffic jam near a toll station as people return home at the end of a week-long national day holiday, in Beijing, Oct. 6, 2015.
Traffic chaos on 50 lane China highway  Sky News Australia
Unbelievable Photos From China's Traffic Jam After 7-Day Holiday  Huffington Post
Glencore Cutbacks Shift to Zinc in Metal Rout
SYDNEY— Glencore GLNCY -5.99 % PLC stepped up production cutbacks, this time slashing zinc output including the suspension of two mines after a collapse in prices for the industrial metal.
Glencore to Cut Zinc Output by About a Third on Weak Prices  Bloomberg
Glencore to cut 500000 tonnes of zinc output, jobs go  euronews
Lyft Joins with Hertz to Let Drivers Rent Cars for Pickups
Lyft is already known as the more affable, mustachioed alternative to more corporate-minded Uber. Now the company wants to make itself out to be friendlier to its drivers, too.
Lyft Adds Rental-Car, Fuel Perks in Driver Battle With Uber  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Ride-hailing company Lyft partners with Hertz, Shell  Reuters