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Morning Headlines 16/06/2016

Morning Headlines 16/06/2016

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. EgyptAir crash: Wreckage found in Mediterranean (BBC News)
  2. UK unemployment rate at lowest since 2005 (BBC News)
  3. BHS tycoon promises to ‘sort’ £275m pension black hole (The Times)
  4. Takeover sends Poundland profits down more than 80% (The Times)
  5. Yen stands out as dollar wilts after Fed (Financial Times)
  6. Council takes on its first robot worker (Financial Times)
  7. Oil price retreats from $50 – and will stay lower ‘for months’, says Goldman Sachs (The Telegraph)
  8. Stamp duty hike trashes home sales across the housing market (The Telegraph)
  9. Oscar Pistorius Removes His Artificial Legs at Sentencing Hearing (New York Times)
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