News Headlines - 28 July 2016

Obama hugs Clinton - CNNPolitics.com

President Barack Obama on Wednesday handed his legacy to Hillary Clinton, setting her up for the speech of her life with a powerful endorsement and the enduring image of a warm embrace.

UK sells 50-year index-linked bond via syndication at record-low real yield | Reuters

The UK Debt Management Office said it would issue 2.5 billion pounds ($3.28 billion) of 2065 index-linked bonds at a real yield of -1.3245 percent on Tuesday, the lowest-ever inflation-adjusted return for a bond sold via a syndication.

Lloyds cuts a further 3,000 jobs and doubles branch closure plan - BBC News

Lloyds has accelerated its job-cutting scheme, axing a further 3,000 roles, even as it reported a 101% increase in pre-tax profits.
It has also doubled its planned branch closures, with 200 more set to vanish from High Streets by the end of 2017.

Sony says to sell battery business to Murata Manufacturing | Reuters

Sony Corp said on Thursday it has agreed to sell a portion of its battery business to Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd, as the electronics giant responds to slowing demand for smartphones.

Pokémon Go players urged not to venture into Fukushima disaster zone | The Guardian

Japan is asking for the Fukushima nuclear exclusion zone to be classified as a no-go area for Pokémon after the discovery of at least one of the game’s characters on a power station’s site.








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