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Pound drops after UK manufacturing suffers shock contraction
UK factory output contracted for the first time in three years in April as concerns about the global economy and troubles on the high street exerted a drag on activity.
Risk Aversion Likely to take toll on Markets  RTT News
UK manufacturing activity contracts  Financial Times  
Sajid Javid orders Government investigation into collapse of BHS
The Government has ordered a full investigation into the conduct of former directors in relation to the collapse of BHS. Business Secretary Sajid Javid announced the inquiry in the House of Commons during regular Business Questions.
Javid orders probe into BHS collapse  BBC News
Government launches investigation into BHS collapse  Drapers
HSBC defiant on dividend payouts as profit fall stokes doubts
LONDON/HONG KONG HSBC (HSBA.L) (0005.HK) stuck to its promise of higher dividends on Tuesday after a 14 percent profit drop fuelled doubts among some investors about the bank's ability to increase payouts.
HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBC) Stuart Thomson Gulliver on Q1 2016 Results ...  Seeking Alpha
HSBC (HSBC) Q1 Earnings Down Amid Challenging Backdrop
Lufthansa Fares Under Pressure as It Struggles With Revamp
Deutsche Lufthansa AG said passenger fares are set to erode further this year as it grapples with unions over a restructuring of European operations aimed at stemming the flow of customers to discount rivals.
Lufthansa faces cargo restructure as Q1 profits nosedive €70m into the red  The Loadstar
Lufthansa Group cuts first-quarter loss despite revenue slip  Flightglobal
RBS share price in focus as bailed-out lender extends rebranding
Royal Bank of Scotland Group (LON:RBS) plans to drop the RBS label from about 500 branches in England, Scotland and Wales as it looks to distance itself from its turbulent past, the Financial Times has reported.
RBS rebrands as Williams & Glyn to break away from its toxic past  Daily Mail
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Falls 4.65% on Q1 Loss
Tata Steel crisis: Most parties back buyout plan
Most of the main political parties in Wales have voiced support for a management buyout of Tata Steel's UK plants, apart from the Conservatives.
Liberty House to submit first bid for Tata Steel UK  Reuters UK
Excalibur confirms bid to buy Tata Steel  WalesOnline
Aberdeen warns of fund redemptions after 12th successive outflow
Aberdeen Asset Management suffered its 12th consecutive quarter of net outflows from investors and warned the company was vulnerable to further client withdrawals over 2016.
Aberdeen Asset Management interim profits plunge amid emerging markets rout  Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra
UPDATE 2-Aberdeen's profits hit by investors' flight from emerging ...  Reuters UK
EU trims growth forecasts amid uncertainty
People walk over a bridge near the European Central Bank (background) in Frankfurt, Germany, Monday, May 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Probst).
EU raises growth forecasts for Central Europe and Baltics  bne IntelliNews
EU Commission sees euro zone growth slowing, urges more investment  Reuters UK
Global stocks slide on global growth worries, US yields fall
NEW YORK Stock markets worldwide fell on Tuesday after weak Chinese factory data and a surprise rate cut by Australia's central bank unnerved investors, sending benchmark Treasury yields to nearly two-week lows.
US STOCKS-Wall St drops more than 1 pct as growth fears resurface  Daily Mail
US stocks slip to three-week lows  Washington Post
Weaker UBS profit and capital prompt dividend fears, shares fall
ZURICH UBS (UBSG.S) reported weaker earnings and capital on Tuesday, triggering the biggest drop in the Swiss bank's shares in more than a year, despite efforts to reassure investors with details of cost and job cuts.
UBS sees share price plunge as net profit slashed by two thirds  Times of India
UBS to cut jobs as client caution sinks profit