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Listen and complete the headlines.
This is BBC World News. I’m Sally Bundock with the business headlines.
Tata Steel’s (expected) to (announce) it will (pause) the sale of most of its UK business including its Port Talbot (plant). The company says it wants to (consider) the (options) and (assess) the (impact) of the UK’s Brexit vote.
Four of the (biggest) US banks have committed to helping (maintain) London’s position as a global financial (hub) after the UK leaves the European Union. In a statement the banks and the British finance minister George Osbourne say they would work to (ensure) London (retains) its position.
Consumer confidence in Britain has seen its biggest (slump) in 22 years following last month’s referendum. That’s (according to) the market research company GFK. The survey (tracks) people’s (willingness) to make big purchases.
And the USA fast food (chain) Wendy’s says it’s been hit by a (massive) cyber-attack. At least a thousand of its US restaurants were targeted with debit and credit card information (stolen).
Those are the business headlines (on) BBC World News.
- This is BBC World News. I’m Sally Bundock with the business headlines.