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How major economies are expected to perform in 2019

As the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) gets its crystal ball out for the final time in 2018, we examine how it sees major economies performing next year:

Top investor LGIM seeks audit pay clawback power

The pay packages of senior auditors should be subject to stringent rules now prevalent at listed companies in order to help eliminate potential conflicts of interest in the profession, according to

Wetherspoon boss plans no deal Brexit pub crawl

The Brexit-supporting chairman of J D Wetherspoon is to rise from his sick bed to campaign for a "no deal" withdrawal from the EU.

Ghosn custody extended as Nissan crisis deepens

Car industry grandee Carlos Ghosn could spend a further 10 days in custody as Japanese authorities investigate the financial scandal at Nissan.

Patisserie Valerie near-collapse sparks audit probe

The accounting watchdog is to investigate the auditor's work for the parent firm of Patisserie Valerie ahead of its near-collapse.

PM heads to Brussels amid fears Brexit deal won't be ready

Theresa May heads to Brussels today as her cabinet expresses concerns she will not be ready to sign off her Brexit deal by Sunday's summit with EU leaders.

M&S in sexism row over 'vomit-inducing' window display

Marks & Spencer has been embroiled in a sexism row after a window display was branded "vomit-inducing" for placing women's "fancy little knickers" beside men's suits.

Catering giant could change menus in no-deal Brexit

School meals provider Compass said it could change its menus and use alternative ingredients as it became the latest company to announce contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit scenario.

TalkTalk rings changes with Manchester HQ move

TalkTalk is to relocate its headquarters from London to Manchester, delivering a significant boost to the Northern Powerhouse as the FTSE 250 broadband provider accelerates a drive to shrink its

Wall Street in renewed sell-off as oil price slumps

Wall Street shares have fallen sharply for a second session in a row with traders worried about leading tech stocks and a plunge in oil prices.

It's not fair, ex-BHS owner complains after court hearing

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has complained that he "cannot take this pressure anymore" as he appeared in court to face action to ban him as a company director.

No rest for Simba as start-up races for funding

The online mattress start-up promoted by Real Madrid galactico Gareth Bale has been forced to slash its valuation as it tries to secure sufficient funding to keep it in business for the next two

Carney Brexit remarks offer some support to PM May

The governor of the Bank of England has offered support to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal with the EU.

Cryptocurrency 'bloodbath' as Bitcoin falls 30%

Bitcoin has lost nearly a third of its value in just a week as cryptocurrencies come under renewed pressure.

EasyJet sees higher 2019 demand despite Brexit

No-frills carrier easyJet has reported a rise in bookings for summer 2019, despite consumer jitters over the outcome of Brexit.

Renault boss remains in job after arrest over £34m pay claims

Renault boss Carlos Ghosn remains in his job following his arrest in Tokyo for allegedly failing to disclose £34.5m, the car firm has announced.

Food companies not cutting calories to be publicly named

Food companies can expect tougher measures if they do not speed up efforts to cut sugar from everyday foods, according to Public Health England (PHE).

Brexit v No Brexit: Economic forecasts to be revealed

New analysis will be published by the government comparing the "costs and benefits" of Brexit with the UK remaining in the EU.

FAANG tech giants bitten by fresh Wall Street slide

America's leading technology shares have lost more than $100bn in combined value as renewed fears over Apple's iPhone production sparked a fresh Wall Street sell-off.

Gambling giants slash odds on TV ad curbs

Britain's biggest gambling groups will hold talks on Tuesday about an unprecedented series of voluntary curbs on their advertising amid mounting political pressure for a crackdown on their industry.