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Top headlines from FT.com for UK equities

FTSE-listed miners rattled by China concern
Mining index down more than 13% since touching two-and-a-half year high in February


Week in Review, April 29
Flying cars; GM, Credit Suisse, Twitter and Tony Hayward also in the news


Imperial Brands falls as bid speculation eases
FTSE 100 ends 0.5 per cent lower in mixed wider market


Mediclinic in record jump on Abu Dhabi policy move
UK stocks hit by sterling strength and one-month low for oil


Merlin jumps on hopes over hotel expansion plans
Positive commentary boosts the Alton Towers operator as UK stocks climb


Top headlines from BBC Business

Vauxhall: Talks over fate of Ellesmere Port plant 'productive'
The owner of the Ellesmere Port factory, which employs about 1,000 workers, is in talks with the government.


Get used to fewer trains, says rail body
Around one in 10 rail services should be cut while passenger numbers remain low, says Network Rail.


Coronavirus: EU urged to adopt 'vaccine passports'
Greece and Austria want coronavirus-free tourists this summer, but other EU states have concerns.


HMRC letters question Covid self-employment support grant claims
About 11,000 people will receive letters questioning whether they should have claimed the money.


Asda says 5,000 jobs at risk in new business plan
The supermarket says it has begun consulting with workers over a major restructuring of its business.


Top headlines from CNN.com

Stocks: Signs of spring?
After a strong finish to an otherwise flat first quarter, markets look poised to begin April with a spring in their step.
Tesla car doors can be hacked
Hackers can unlock a high-tech Tesla car door by using the same run-of-the-mill techniques they use to crack open computers.
Manhattan home prices soar to median $972,000
While home prices in other parts of the country are still 20% below their housing boom peak, demand for large, luxury apartments has helped home prices in Manhattan almost fully recover from the housing bust.
Rand Paul's hopes for a flat tax
When it comes to taxes, Rand Paul wants them simple and flat.
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