News Headlines - 15 September 2010

▽European Shares Slip; Nikkei Jumps 2.3% - New York Times
Indexes in Asia were led by the Nikkei, which jumped after the Bank of Japan intervened in the currency markets for the first time in six years to stem the appreciation of the yen.

▽Bank of England governor Mervyn King attacks bank bonuses and excessive pay - Telegraph.co.uk
Mervyn King has launched a savage attack on bank bonuses and excessive pay, telling unions they were right to be angry about the financial chaos caused by banks.

▽Nokia begins smartphone fightback with new handsets - BBC
Finnish phone giant Nokia has vowed to fight back as it battles for customers in the increasingly competitive smartphone market.
The company unveiled three new smartphones - E7, C7 and an updated C6 - at London's Nokia World conference.

▽Wealthy suburbs becoming ‘clone towns’ - This is London
Richmond has London's most “boring” high street with just five independent traders surviving amid the chain stores, a report says today.

▽Pope's visit: Catholic abuse survivors demand justice - The Guardian
Pope must hand over to authorities all information on abusive clergy, say survivor groups before Benedict's arrival in UK







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