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Morning Headlines 29/06/2016

Morning Headlines 29/06/2016

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Carnage after Istanbul airport attack (BBC News)
  2. More Toyota recalls over airbag issues (BBC News)
  3. Vodafone could move London HQ outside UK post-Brexit (BBC News)
  4. Cameron blames Brexit on migration (Financial Times)
  5. Hollande heightens City Brexit fallout fears (Financial Times)
  6. Airbnb eyes $30bn fundraising valuation (Financial Times)
  7. Ikea in record 29m furniture recall in US after 3 deaths (Financial Times)
  8. Richard Branson: Virgin lost a third of its value, cancelled contract worth 3,000 jobs because of leave victory (The Independent)
  9. London property snapped up by overseas investors as domestic buyers pull out after Brexit (The Independent)
  10. Dixons Carphone annual profits rise by 17% to £447m (The Guardian)
  11. UK’s major supermarkets decline for first time this year (The Guardian)
  12. My Local shuts up to 90 stores as Store Twenty One pursues CVA (The Guardian)
  13. Lloyds chief buys 100,000 shares in show of strength (The Telegraph)
  14. Fastjet to raise more funds as cash dwindles (The Telegraph)
  15. US M&A leaders predict two-year hit to deal activity (Legal Week)
  16. Barclays cuts panel by 60% as DLA Piper loses spot following new review process (Legal Week)
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