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Banking and Finance
Lower fees and switch to passive will hammer active managers  Financial Times :  Chris Flood 
Why is the number of bond dealers in decline?  Financial Times :  Philip Stafford 
China Central Bank Head Says Country to Step Up Oversight of Systemically Important Financial Firms  New York Times :  Reuters 
The Week Ahead: Central banks  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Banks come up against tough market for bail-in debt  Financial Times :  David Crow 
Canada's OMERS Launches 300 Million Euro European Venture Fund  New York Times :  Reuters 
Finance sector hopes for smooth Brexit, plans for the worst  Financial Times :  Laura Noonan 
Johnston Carmichael lifts financial services team  Scotsman :  Hannah Burley 
Brexit fears set alarm bells ringing for financial services  Financial Times :  Valentina Romei 
Britain's Financial Sector Has Gloomiest Outlook Since 2008 Crisis-Survey  New York Times :  Reuters 
How to protect your institution from cyber attack  Financial Times :  Paul Murphy 
As government flounders, investors find a way to curb executive pay  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Movers and shakers, March 25  Financial Times :  Chris Flood 
Private equity moves beyond London in search for deals  Financial Times :  Andy Bounds 
ING chief claims Dutch bonus rules hurting in race to lure bankers  Financial Times :  David Crow 
JPX set to acquire Tokyo Commodity Exchange  Financial Times :  Robin Harding 
Profits surge at Finance Ireland as lender eyes up an IPO next year  Independent :  General editorial piece 
Nikos Stathopoulos: a good buy means finding ‘something more’  Financial Times :  Javier Espinoza 
RBS under pressure from small investors over governance  Financial Times :  Nicholas Megaw 
Qatar's Masraf Al Rayan Hires Banks for Debut Dollar Sukuk-Sources  New York Times :  Reuters 
Swedbank’s money laundering report lambasted  Financial Times :  Richard Milne 
Top-ranked FT 1000 fintech Blue Motor Finance up for sale  Financial Times :  Nicholas Megaw 
Whistleblower accuses PwC of failings over private jet trip  Financial Times :  Madison Marriage 
Deutsche Bank revealed as behind €150m loan to Wirecard founder  Financial Times :  Olaf Storbeck 
Deutsche staff banned from selling shares during merger  Financial Times :  Stephen Morris 

US Banking and Finance
Canada's OMERS Launches 300 Million Euro European Venture Fund  New York Times :  Reuters 
Erdogan slams investors as Turkey probes JPMorgan  Financial Times :  Laura Pitel 
Goldman disturbs Rajat Gupta’s post-prison calm  Financial Times :  Sujeet Indap 
Hey, Look at Me! I’m a Venture Capitalist  New York Times :  Erin Griffith 
TSG Consumer expands in Europe after raising $4bn fund  Financial Times :  Leila Abboud 
Banks come up against tough market for bail-in debt  Financial Times :  David Crow 
What will be the impact on corporate bonds from the Fed’s policy shift?  Financial Times :  Joe Rennison 
Fed's Evans Says Good Time to Pause and Be Cautious  New York Times :  Reuters 
US corporate debt is high but not yet dangerous  Financial Times :  Gavyn Davies 
Banks use AI to catch rogue traders before the act  Financial Times :  Laura Noonan 

Basic Materials
China’s DJI targets agriculture as consumer drone sales slow  Financial Times :  Tom Hancock 
'Out of line': top Australian companies accused of undermining Paris deal  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
Climate change fears spur investment in carbon capture technology  Financial Times :  Leslie Hook 
Hunt in your gardens for slugs, RHS urges, amid worries beneficial British slug is being wiped out  Daily Telegraph :  Helena Horton 
Commodity traders have nothing to fear from transparency  Financial Times :  Fredrik Reinfeldt 
Petrochemical Leak Keeps Stretch of Houston Port Closed a Third Day  New York Times :  Reuters 
Tesco begins plastic-free trial for selection of fruit and veg  Guardian :  Richard Partington 
Avocado recall: Listeria concerns force California company to pull produce from six states  Independent :  Clark Mindock 
California Grower Recalls Avocados Over Possible Listeria  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Bayer CEO Says His Team Retains Backing of Supervisory Board: Report  New York Times :  Reuters 
Brexit’s chill winds exacerbate seasonal uncertainty  Financial Times :  Kate Burgess 

Consumer Goods
A View from the Top with CEO of Ella's Kitchen Mark Cuddigan  Independent :  Caitlin Morrison 
Fashion house under fire for hotel plans at Costa Brava beauty spot  Guardian :  Stephen Burgen 
'Nothing has changed, yet everything has changed': how Chanel reinvented the iconic J12 watch  Daily Telegraph :  Jessica Diamond 
Why Cadbury’s choc tactics make me gag  Guardian :  David Mitchell 
Ban glitter in the UK to save the environment, campaigners say  Independent :  Olivia Petter 
The latest trend in skincare: anti-pollution makeup sales soar  Guardian :  Lisa Niven-Phillips 
Instagram vegan diets are risking malnutrition among millennials, Harley Street nutritionists warn  Daily Telegraph :  Helena Horton 

Economy
A no-deal Brexit remains highly likely  Financial Times :  Wolfgang Münchau 
Advice for Brexit bosses who fear they ‘can’t get the staff’  Guardian :  Simon Goodley 
Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon says Theresa May is ‘effectively out of power’  Scotsman :  Paris Gourtsoyannis 
Brexiters pile on pressure as May’s deal drifts away  Guardian :  Dan Sabbagh 
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, would the UK pay less to the EU in its divorce bill?  Independent :  Sean O’Grady 
Philip Hammond has seen the light on a second referendum – now parliament must back a Final Say on Brexit  Independent :  General editorial piece 
Revoke Article 50 petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled hits 5 million signatures  Independent :  Emma Snaith 
The week ahead for Brexit: third time lucky for May?  Guardian :  Peter Walker 
What next for Theresa May and her Brexit deal?  Financial Times :  Henry Mance 
With Theresa May’s fall right around the corner, this is how to get our country back on track over Brexit  Independent :  Eloise Todd 
Brexit fears set alarm bells ringing for financial services  Financial Times :  Valentina Romei 
Britain's Financial Sector Has Gloomiest Outlook Since 2008 Crisis-Survey  New York Times :  Reuters 
Finance sector hopes for smooth Brexit, plans for the worst  Financial Times :  Laura Noonan 
Frank Field demands action on 'rampant injustice' in the gig economy  Guardian :  Sarah Butler 
Million homes could be built on English brownfield sites  Guardian :  Robert Booth 
Number of Brits moving to Australia plummets amid Brexit uncertainty and a weakening pound  Daily Telegraph :  Oscar Quine 
Does Britain really want an isolated future, buffeted by forces beyond our control?  Guardian :  Will Hutton 
Positive surprises from UK data  Financial Times :  Gavin Jackson 
Comment: Irish-Scots connection remains key to trade  Scotsman :  David Greenlees 
New Zealand prime minister to meet Xi Jinping in Beijing this week  Financial Times :  Jamie Smyth 
'Out of line': top Australian companies accused of undermining Paris deal  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
China Finance Minister Says Balancing Budget Revenue and Spending Difficult This Year  New York Times :  Reuters 
China Refuses to Concede on U.S. Demands to Ease Curbs on Tech Firms: FT  New York Times :  Reuters 
China Pledges Openness in Hopes of Reaching a Trade Deal  New York Times :  Keith Bradsher 
China State Planner Says Will Continue Reform in Oil, Rail and Electricity  New York Times :  Reuters 
China struggling to quit its debt addiction  Financial Times :  Gabe Wildau 
Chinese Leader Visits Monaco Amid European 5G Tech Worries  New York Times :  Associated Press 
National champions are not the way to compete with China  Financial Times :  Rana Foroohar 
After Brexit, Danish PM left defending EU economic liberalism  Financial Times :  Alex Barker 
Markets Seem to Underestimate Threat of Brexit-ECB's Rehn  New York Times :  Reuters 
Europe’s public interest problem with Chinese investment  Financial Times :  Jonathan Ford 
One telling image: in a Brussels corridor, the EU takes back control of Brexit  Guardian :  Jon Henley 
The European Union has bigger problems to deal with than Brexit  Guardian :  Larry Elliott 
Once ‘poor but sexy’ Berlin bounces back as start-up hub  Financial Times :  Tobias Buck 
Fed's Evans Says Good Time to Pause and Be Cautious  New York Times :  Reuters 
US exceptionalism is not fading just yet  Financial Times :  Colby Smith 
US corporate debt is high but not yet dangerous  Financial Times :  Gavyn Davies 
Morrison government set to offer taxpayer backing for Queensland power  Guardian :  Katherine Murphy 
Oil Prices Fall as Markets Brace for Potential U.S. Recession  New York Times :  Reuters 
Oil prices fall on economic slowdown fears  Financial Times :  Alice Woodouse 
The risks of Saudi Arabia’s nuclear power plans  Financial Times :  Nick Butler 
Asia investors pile into bonds on global growth fears  Financial Times :  Hudson Lockett 
Dovish rates policy fails to lift investors’ gloom  Financial Times :  Kate Allen 
Why are bond yields falling globally?  Financial Times :  Daniel Winter 
What will be the impact on corporate bonds from the Fed’s policy shift?  Financial Times :  Joe Rennison 
Has the Fed taken pressure off the Hong Kong dollar?  Financial Times :  Don Weinland 
Erdogan Says Those Who Buy FX Expecting Lira to Fall Will Pay 'Heavy Price'  New York Times :  Reuters 
Lira stages recovery in early Asia-Pacific trading  Financial Times :  Edward White 
Asian stocks slump as US recession fears grip markets  Guardian :  Martin Farrer 
Stocks slip in Asia-Pacific on global growth concerns  Financial Times :  Edward White 
Yen Strengthens, Shares Skid on U.S. Recession Fears  New York Times :  Reuters 
Banks come up against tough market for bail-in debt  Financial Times :  David Crow 
China Central Bank Head Says Country to Step Up Oversight of Systemically Important Financial Firms  New York Times :  Reuters 
Conduct replaces capital under the spotlight  Financial Times :  Oliver Ralph 
The Week Ahead: Central banks  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
The Week Ahead: Economic data  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
S&P 500 Futures Flat After Report Finds No Trump Campaign Collusion With Russia  New York Times :  Reuters 
Algeria faces economic crunch as oil and gas revenues fall  Financial Times :  Heba Saleh 
Cambodia Faces Major Economic Blow as E.U. Weighs Ending Trade Deal  New York Times :  Seth Mydans 
Thai Markets Expected to Rise After Pro-Army Party Leads in Election  New York Times :  Reuters 

Environment
Ban glitter in the UK to save the environment, campaigners say  Independent :  Olivia Petter 
Supermarkets urged to stop stalling over glitter sales ban  Guardian :  Rebecca Smithers 
Tesco begins plastic-free trial for selection of fruit and veg  Guardian :  Richard Partington 
Fashion house under fire for hotel plans at Costa Brava beauty spot  Guardian :  Stephen Burgen 
Hunt in your gardens for slugs, RHS urges, amid worries beneficial British slug is being wiped out  Daily Telegraph :  Helena Horton 
Petrochemical Leak Keeps Stretch of Houston Port Closed a Third Day  New York Times :  Reuters 
Time to follow golf’s surprising lead and find different ways to be green  Guardian :  Tanya Aldred 
Oil majors and utilities begin battle for power  Financial Times :  Ed Crooks 
Sydney's main water supply could have increased capacity, but at what environmental and cultural cost?  Guardian :  Ilan Salbe 
The latest trend in skincare: anti-pollution makeup sales soar  Guardian :  Lisa Niven-Phillips 
Fracking plan ‘will release same C02 as 300m new cars’  Guardian :  Matthew Taylor 
Scottish Parliament has legislative ability to ban fracking, QC suggests  Scotsman :  General editorial piece 
Ban cars outside UK schools to tackle air pollution, teachers say  Guardian :  Fiona Harvey 
Climate change fears spur investment in carbon capture technology  Financial Times :  Leslie Hook 
Labor edges away from using Kyoto credits to reach Paris target  Guardian :  Katherine Murphy 
'Out of line': top Australian companies accused of undermining Paris deal  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
The risks of Saudi Arabia’s nuclear power plans  Financial Times :  Nick Butler 
How the UK is falling behind in the global electric car race  Financial Times :  Peter Campbell 
Shell Goes Green as It Rebrands UK Household Power Supplier  New York Times :  Reuters 

Heavy Industries
Fiat Chrysler’s chairman in drive for more carmaking tie-ups  Financial Times :  Rachel Sanderson 
Volvo chief warns against ‘irresponsible’ self-driving roll-out  Financial Times :  Peter Campbell 
How the UK is falling behind in the global electric car race  Financial Times :  Peter Campbell 

Insurance
NHS chiefs hold emergency talks over pensions tax crisis  Financial Times :  Josephine Cumbo 
‘It’s a job for anyone who likes science fiction’  Financial Times :  Oliver Ralph 

Leisure, Entertainment and Hotels
Business owners, hedge your March Madness bets: it’s costing you $13.3bn  Guardian :  Gene Marks 
Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help  New York Times :  Laura Parker 
Fashion house under fire for hotel plans at Costa Brava beauty spot  Guardian :  Stephen Burgen 
Time to follow golf’s surprising lead and find different ways to be green  Guardian :  Tanya Aldred 
Santa Anita Plans to Reopen on Friday  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Small-town football club makes FT 1000 table for second year  Financial Times :  Murad Ahmed 
Yorkshire pub which hosted Oliver Cromwell's soldiers at centre of row over 'trendy' bar plan  Daily Telegraph :  Sophie Barnes 

Life Sciences
Can we all chill out about cannabis? Not quite yet  Guardian :  Judith Grisel 
New Jersey Lawmakers Near Vote on Recreational Cannabis  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help  New York Times :  Laura Parker 
It Will Take More Than a $34,000 Drug to Stop Postpartum Depression  New York Times :  Elisa Albert 
The drugs don’t work: what happens after antibiotics?  Guardian :  Oliver Franklin-Wallis 
Instagram vegan diets are risking malnutrition among millennials, Harley Street nutritionists warn  Daily Telegraph :  Helena Horton 
Naturopaths are snake-oil salespeople masquerading as health professionals  Guardian :  Gary Nunn 
Comment: It’s time for business to embrace neurodiversity  Scotsman :  Kate Burnett 
The latest trend in skincare: anti-pollution makeup sales soar  Guardian :  Lisa Niven-Phillips 
FDA Takes Up Decades-Long Debate Over Breast Implant Safety  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Florida May Boost Regulation of Cosmetic Surgery Clinics  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Labour ‘will ban’ outsourcing of public services to private firms  Guardian :  Michael Savage 
Medicare: Labor vows to lift freeze on rebates if it wins federal election  Guardian :  Katherine Murphy 
NHS chiefs hold emergency talks over pensions tax crisis  Financial Times :  Josephine Cumbo 
The Observer view of Matt Hancock’s cancer gaffe  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Bayer CEO Says His Team Retains Backing of Supervisory Board: Report  New York Times :  Reuters 
ConvaTec to Appoint Karim Bitar From Genus as CEO-Sky News  New York Times :  Reuters 

Media
Apple's crown is slipping – will news and TV shows be its next big thing?  Guardian :  Dominic Rushe 
Instagram vegan diets are risking malnutrition among millennials, Harley Street nutritionists warn  Daily Telegraph :  Helena Horton 
Adults only: the battle to keep online p...ography from Britain’s children  Guardian :  Jamie Doward 
The Internet’s Endless Appetite for Death Video  New York Times :  John Herrman 
Disney’s Fox deal takes the fight for subscribers to new level  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
YouTube Denies Report of Plans to Cancel High-End Dramas, Comedies  New York Times :  Reuters 
Pinterest joins wave of upcoming unicorn IPOs with US filing  Independent :  General editorial piece 

Real Estate and Construction
Million homes could be built on English brownfield sites  Guardian :  Robert Booth 

Retail
Lourdes locked in row over privatisation of lucrative gift shop trade  Daily Telegraph :  David Chazan 
Ban glitter in the UK to save the environment, campaigners say  Independent :  Olivia Petter 
FT 1000 retailers take clicks-and-bricks approach  Financial Times :  Alice Hancock 
Supermarkets urged to stop stalling over glitter sales ban  Guardian :  Rebecca Smithers 
Tesco begins plastic-free trial for selection of fruit and veg  Guardian :  Richard Partington 
The Week Ahead: H&M earnings  Financial Times :  General editorial piece 
Ashley could win the battle but still lose the war for Debenhams  Guardian :  General editorial piece 

Technology
Abu Dhabi Aims to Lure Start-Ups With Investment in New Technology Hub  New York Times :  Reuters 
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch faces UK high court and fresh charges in US  Guardian :  Jasper Jolly 
Brussels faces US clash over plan to monitor Huawei 5G security  Financial Times :  Michael Peel 
China’s DJI targets agriculture as consumer drone sales slow  Financial Times :  Tom Hancock 
Exclusive: Telecom Equipment Provider Avaya Considers Leveraged Buyout-Sources  New York Times :  Reuters 
Glasgow software firm lands digital funding  Scotsman :  Hannah Burley 
Whistleblower accuses PwC of failings over private jet trip  Financial Times :  Madison Marriage 
The consequences of our blind faith in Artificial Intelligence are catching up to us  Independent :  Thais Portilho 
Big data key for commodity traders’ future  Financial Times :  Neil Hume 
China Refuses to Concede on U.S. Demands to Ease Curbs on Tech Firms: FT  New York Times :  Reuters 
Chinese Leader Visits Monaco Amid European 5G Tech Worries  New York Times :  Associated Press 
Banks use AI to catch rogue traders before the act  Financial Times :  Laura Noonan 
How to protect your institution from cyber attack  Financial Times :  Paul Murphy 
Instagram vegan diets are risking malnutrition among millennials, Harley Street nutritionists warn  Daily Telegraph :  Helena Horton 
Canada's OMERS Launches 300 Million Euro European Venture Fund  New York Times :  Reuters 
Forget Brexit and trade wars, Europe’s start-ups are thriving  Financial Times :  Daniel Thomas 
Depressed and Anxious? These Video Games Want to Help  New York Times :  Laura Parker 
The Internet’s Endless Appetite for Death Video  New York Times :  John Herrman 
Volvo chief warns against ‘irresponsible’ self-driving roll-out  Financial Times :  Peter Campbell 
Apple's crown is slipping – will news and TV shows be its next big thing?  Guardian :  Dominic Rushe 
Uber closes in on $3bn takeover of Middle East rival Careem  Daily Telegraph :  James Titcomb 
Uber Could Announce $3 Billion Deal With Careem Early This Week: Sources  New York Times :  Reuters 
Uber to sign $3.1bn deal for Careem as early as Monday  Financial Times :  Simeon Kerr 

Telecommunications
Brussels faces US clash over plan to monitor Huawei 5G security  Financial Times :  Michael Peel 
Exclusive: Telecom Equipment Provider Avaya Considers Leveraged Buyout-Sources  New York Times :  Reuters 
Full-fibre start-up secures £75m in funding  Financial Times :  Nic Fildes 
Apple's crown is slipping – will news and TV shows be its next big thing?  Guardian :  Dominic Rushe 
UK's big broadband providers give 'shoddy' service – report  Guardian :  Rupert Jones 

Support Services
Ban cars outside UK schools to tackle air pollution, teachers say  Guardian :  Fiona Harvey 
Blocked drains, mystery stinks – heads warn of schools repair crisis  Guardian :  Donna Ferguson 
‘For the few, not the many’ still drives Scotland’s schools system  Guardian :  Kevin McKenna 
Moroccan Teachers Protest Low Wages, Temporary Contracts  New York Times :  Associated Press 
New Kensington prep school will offer weekly museum trips, a philosophy club and an 'innovation lab'  Daily Telegraph :  Camilla Turner 
Philanthropy must shift its focus to the global education crisis  Financial Times :  Wendy Kopp 
Thousands of Moroccan Teachers Stage Protest Over Pay Terms  New York Times :  Reuters 
Universities are still leaving BAME students behind – and the problem goes beyond Oxbridge  Independent :  R. Rehman 
Universities to be fined for awarding too many top degrees  Guardian :  Michael Savage 
Universities who continue to give out too many top grades face £500,000 fines, Education Secretary warns  Daily Telegraph :  Camilla Turner 
Advice for Brexit bosses who fear they ‘can’t get the staff’  Guardian :  Simon Goodley 
All boards must be accountable for gender balance  Financial Times :  Roger Ferguson 
Comment: It’s time for business to embrace neurodiversity  Scotsman :  Kate Burnett 
Frank Field demands action on 'rampant injustice' in the gig economy  Guardian :  Sarah Butler 
ING chief claims Dutch bonus rules hurting in race to lure bankers  Financial Times :  David Crow 
Food banks risk being 'captured' by corporate PR drive, say activists  Guardian :  Patrick Butler 
Labour ‘will ban’ outsourcing of public services to private firms  Guardian :  Michael Savage 
As government flounders, investors find a way to curb executive pay  Guardian :  General editorial piece 
Chief executives should welcome an end to the era of ‘authenticity’  Financial Times :  Andrew Hill 
Business owners, hedge your March Madness bets: it’s costing you $13.3bn  Guardian :  Gene Marks 
Go beyond valuations when analysing ‘death or glory’ disrupters  Financial Times :  Jonathan Guthrie 
Dave North: managing serial marriages with private equity  Financial Times :  Oliver Ralph 
Johnston Carmichael lifts financial services team  Scotsman :  Hannah Burley 
Whistleblower accuses PwC of failings over private jet trip  Financial Times :  Madison Marriage 

Transport, Logistics, Aerospace and Defence
Ban cars outside UK schools to tackle air pollution, teachers say  Guardian :  Fiona Harvey 
Labor edges away from using Kyoto credits to reach Paris target  Guardian :  Katherine Murphy 
Uber closes in on $3bn takeover of Middle East rival Careem  Daily Telegraph :  James Titcomb 
Uber to sign $3.1bn deal for Careem as early as Monday  Financial Times :  Simeon Kerr 
China’s DJI targets agriculture as consumer drone sales slow  Financial Times :  Tom Hancock 
China State Planner Says Will Continue Reform in Oil, Rail and Electricity  New York Times :  Reuters 
Volvo chief warns against ‘irresponsible’ self-driving roll-out  Financial Times :  Peter Campbell 
With an Eye on Iran, U.S. Clinches Strategic Port Deal With Oman  New York Times :  Reuters 
BA staff warn German call centre open to customer fraud  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 
Geoffrey Cox accused of 'sitting on' Airbus subsidiary corruption case  Guardian :  Rob Evans 
Germany to Inject More Money Into Deutsche Bahn Rail Network-Bild  New York Times :  Reuters 
‘Eyebrows raised’ over Eurotunnel cable finance disclosure  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 
Petrochemical Leak Keeps Stretch of Houston Port Closed a Third Day  New York Times :  Reuters 
Rome's mayor faces calls to resign after metro breakdown causes city centre to grind to a halt  Daily Telegraph :  Josephine McKenna 
Train bosses try to stop antisocial behaviour by playing classical music at hotspot stations  Daily Telegraph :  General editorial piece 
At the 737 Max Factory, Pilots Simulate New Boeing Software  New York Times :  David Gelles 
Boeing crash drives wedge between EU and US aviation authorities  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 
Boeing Invites Pilots, Regulators to Brief About Plan to Support 737 MAX's Return  New York Times :  Reuters 
Ethiopian Airlines Questions Boeing's 'Aggressive' Software  New York Times :  Reuters 
American Airlines Extends 737 Max-Related Cancellations  New York Times :  Associated Press 
American Airlines Extends Boeing 737 MAX Flight Cancellations Through April 24  New York Times :  Reuters 
DealBook Special: Everything You Need to Know About the Lyft I.P.O.  New York Times :  General editorial piece 
Ex-Treasury chief says HS2 would fail cost-benefit analysis  Financial Times :  Sylvia Pfeifer 

Utilities
Fracking plan ‘will release same C02 as 300m new cars’  Guardian :  Matthew Taylor 
Scottish Parliament has legislative ability to ban fracking, QC suggests  Scotsman :  General editorial piece 
Climate change fears spur investment in carbon capture technology  Financial Times :  Leslie Hook 
Labor edges away from using Kyoto credits to reach Paris target  Guardian :  Katherine Murphy 
Commodity traders have nothing to fear from transparency  Financial Times :  Fredrik Reinfeldt 
Oil Prices Fall as Markets Brace for Potential U.S. Recession  New York Times :  Reuters 
Oil prices fall on economic slowdown fears  Financial Times :  Alice Woodouse 
Oil majors and utilities begin battle for power  Financial Times :  Ed Crooks 
Morrison government set to offer taxpayer backing for Queensland power  Guardian :  Katherine Murphy 
'Out of line': top Australian companies accused of undermining Paris deal  Guardian :  Ben Smee 
Sydney's main water supply could have increased capacity, but at what environmental and cultural cost?  Guardian :  Ilan Salbe 
Big data key for commodity traders’ future  Financial Times :  Neil Hume 
China State Planner Says Will Continue Reform in Oil, Rail and Electricity  New York Times :  Reuters 
Algeria faces economic crunch as oil and gas revenues fall  Financial Times :  Heba Saleh 
Petrochemical Leak Keeps Stretch of Houston Port Closed a Third Day  New York Times :  Reuters 
The risks of Saudi Arabia’s nuclear power plans  Financial Times :  Nick Butler 
Shell Goes Green as It Rebrands UK Household Power Supplier  New York Times :  Reuters 
‘Eyebrows raised’ over Eurotunnel cable finance disclosure  Financial Times :  Josh Spero 

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