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McEwan vow to see Royal job through
ROSS MCEWAN has declared his hope that he will still be in charge of Royal Bank of Scotland when it returns to profitability, as the state-owned lender unveiled a bruising £7 billion annual loss and signalled further heavy job cuts are in store.
Losses of £58bn since the 2008 bailout – how did RBS get here?  
RBS warn of more job cuts and branch closures after plunging £7bn into the red  
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The boss of Peugeot has given assurances that Britain's Vauxhall plants will see out their existing production runs, but also raised the issue of Brexit uncertainty, according to the UK's biggest union.
Speaking at the International Petroleum Week in London earlier this week, Helm struck a decidedly dour outlook on the oil industry, arguing that history suggests prices are only heading one way—down.
Volkswagen bounced back into the black in 2016 after suffering a loss the previous year because of a diesel-emissions scandal, according to figures released by the German automaker Friday.
Investors in Standard Life's Global Absolute Return Strategies range of funds, which have been at the heart of the company's reinvention over the past decade, have started pulling money out.
Drivers should think long and hard before buying a diesel car, the Transport Secretary has said. Chris Grayling suggested motorists should consider buying a low-emission vehicle rather than spending their money on a diesel.

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