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Morning Headlines 28/06/2016

Morning Headlines 28/06/2016

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Brexit: Cameron to face EU leaders after vote to leave (BBC News)
  2. Market pressure eases after Brexit rout (BBC News)
  3. VW US emissions settlement reported to cost $15bn (BBC News)
  4. Payout of $10,000 for Windows 10 update (BBC News)
  5. Regulator to probe PwC audit of BHS (BBC News)
  6. Ryanair: ‘To focus growth on European Union’ (BBC News)
  7. UK stripped of final ‘AAA’ rating and FTSE 350 surrenders £140bn in Brexit aftermath (The Telegraph)
  8. KPMG faces full probe into HBOS audit – eight years after the bank crashed (The Telegraph)
  9. Regulator to investigate PwC over audit of BHS during Sir Philip Green’s ownership (The Telegraph)
  10. Fresh doubt cast on HS2 (Financial Times)
  11. Driverless cars leave insurers in a spin (Financial Times)
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