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Belgian response to CETA treaty casts doubt on EU-UK trade deals after Brexit
The failure of talks to agree a free trade deal between Canada and the EU has cast doubt on whether the UK can achieve the same after Brexit.
The Friday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories
Belgian region sticks to firm 'Non' on Canada trade deal
UK faces �14bn shortfall in public finances, warns IFS
City analysts say the OBR must rip up its pre-Brexit vote forecasts after projections show GDP growth and tax receipts slowing. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images.
Government borrowing rises to �10.6bn in September  BBC News
Brexit latest: Sharp rise in public borrowing in September blamed on ...  The Independent
$47 billion offer to create world's biggest tobacco company
LONDON (AP) - British American Tobacco has offered to buy out Reynolds American Inc. for $47 billion in an attempt to gain a strong presence in the U.S.
BAT shares turn lower after mooted $47bn deal  Financial Times
British American Tobacco offers to buy US rival Reynolds in $62 billion deal  The Sydney Morning Herald
MARKET REPORT: Rumours that Burberry will merge with US handbag firm Coach ...
A financial blog sent the rumour mill into overdrive and Burberry shares soaring when it speculated that the luxury retailer was in talks to merge with US brand Coach.
FTSE 100 skids and pound hovers above $1.22 as UK public finances worsen in ...
Burberry shares on rise amid merger speculation  Herald Scotland
Probe into 'absolute scandal' of gambling site terms
ONLINE gambling companies are to be investigated over claims that firms are making it hard for players to collect their winnings, a watchdog has said.
Online gambling companies probed by CMA over winnings  BBC News
Online gambling industry faces inquiry into unfair practices  Financial Times
Should he stay or should he go? Mark Carney faces big decision amid attacks
Publicly, Carney will likely shrug the attacks off - but those who know him say that it in private he would not have been so relaxed.
Michael Gove launches a scathing attack on Bank of England chief  Daily Mail
Central banks to hear initial verdict on sterling's October 7 crash in ...  Reuters UK
Heathrow: you can never keep politics out of planning
Britain was once good at building very big things very quickly. Now the country struggles. In May 1833, at the start of the railway age, parliament approved a new express line from London to Birmingham.
Heathrow expansion will boost air quality  The Guardian
Heathrow to keep charges flat during runway construction  International Business Times UK
Why Economic Growth Is So Lackluster
U.S. economic growth is anemic, and the country needs to do something about it, quickly. This was one of the central themes of the third presidential debate.
Why sterling's collapse is not good for the UK economy  The Guardian
Assessing the New Normal(s)  Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Nissan boss to decide Sunderland plant's fate next month after Brexit
After announcing that Nissan would delay investment in its Sunderland factory following Brexit, CEO Carlos Ghosn has confirmed a decision will be made on where to build future models next month.
Nissan to make Sunderland Qashqai decision 'next month'  BBC News
Brexit job loss fears for Nissan's Sunderland plant could become a reality  ChronicleLive
M&G PROPERTY PORTFOLIO: Last property fund reopens having shut its doors after ...
For the first time since shutting its doors after the EU referendum, investors will be able to pay into or withdraw money from the M&G fund from November 4. Some �14.5billion of savers' money was locked into property funds as uncertainty raised fears ...
M&G lifts property fund suspension  International Adviser
M&G to resume trading in retail fund  Property Week