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Sainsbury’s heads Down Under with wholesale deal

Sainsbury’s to sell own-brand products in Australian supermarket chain Coles News
Burger King teams up with Unilever to launch vegetarian Whopper

Meat-free patty is Burger King’s biggest European launch News
China’s auto sales down as demand for clean cars slumps

Sales of electric and hybrid vehicles plunged in October, reflecting the end of subsidies and economic gloom News
Barclays UK boss brushes aside Corbyn fears in City

Sir Ian Cheshire said UK plc would ‘work with’ any government elected on December 12. News
Greggs upgrades profits forecast as Brexit extension avoids disruption

The high street chain had previously warned that the October 31 deadline could affect supply. News
More Australian products could be coming to UK supermarkets

Sainsbury’s has announced a new wholesale deal with Australian rival Coles, which could also see a greater selection of food on shelves in Britain. News
UK economy avoids recession after return to growth in third quarter

The economy slid into decline for the first time since 2012 in the previous quarter, raising fears it could lead to a recession. News
Aramco prospectus lays out investor risks

Long awaited IPO could be largest in history, despite risks to business including terrorism and climate change News
Intercontinental Exchange to launch new exchange in Abu Dhabi

ICE Futures Abu Dhabi, based in the Abu Dhabi Global Market, will list the emirate's flagship Murban crude oil News
Apple regains ‘most valuable company’ crown despite falling sales

iPhone maker eases past Microsoft on market valuation as investors seek safe haven News
Marks & Spencer hit by plunging clothing and home sales in first half

The high street retailer saw sales slide 2.1% to £4.86m for the six months to September 28. News
Intu warns rents will fall this year and next due to retailers going bust

The number of insolvencies and Company Voluntary Arrangements is taking its toll on the shopping centre business. News
BMW says profit hikes helped by new models despite technology costs

Third quarter revenues grew 7.9% to 26.67 billion euro (£22.94 billion) and net profit increased 11.5% to 1.55 billion euro (£1.33 billion). News
SoftBank tumbles into losses in wake of ‘WeWork problem’

Last month, SoftBank announced a bailout for WeWork. News
Michel Barnier warns that trade talks could be as tough as Brexit negotiations

He said the European Union would insist on zero dumping as well as zero tariffs and zero quotas. News