News Headlines - 03 October 2011

▽Greek gloom rocks markets, troubles lenders - Reuters
Greece's admission that it will miss its deficit target this year despite harsh new austerity measures sent stock markets reeling on Monday and raised new doubts over a planned second international bailout.

▽Surprise manufacturing boost lifts recovery hopes - Telegraph.co.uk
George Osborne was handed some rare good news on the economy ahead of his conference speech as manufacturing activity posted a surprise resurgence in September.

▽Chelsea owner sued over oil shares - The Press Association
Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovich "betrayed and blackmailed" fellow Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky and demonstrated that wealth and influence meant more to him than loyalty and friendship, a barrister has alleged in the High Court.

▽Arsenal struggling to make top eight - Lee Dixon - BBC
Former Arsenal defender Lee Dixon believes the Gunners' current defensive problems could leave them struggling to make the Premier League's top eight.

▽Rowan Atkinson back as spoof spy Johnny English - Reuters
Rowan Atkinson is back as bumbling spy Johnny English in the sequel to his 2003 hit, but despite work on comic classics "Not the Nine O'Clock News" and "Blackadder," the comedian does not find filming much fun.







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