PRESS BRIEF – Financial Times – August 11

Aug 10 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories from the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not guarantee their accuracy.


– UK energy groups under pressure to use windfall for green investment

– Hungarian oil group pays fee to restart flow of Russian oil through Ukraine

– EU to end scrutiny of Greek economy after 12 years of turmoil

– UK to ‘urgently’ offer polio vaccine boost to children aged 1-9 in London

– US charges Iranian national with plot to kill John Bolton


Britain’s electricity generators will face pressure from ministers to invest their “windfall earnings” in new green energy projects, rather than paying out windfall profits to shareholders.

Hungarian energy company MOL has paid oil transit fees to Ukraine on behalf of a Kremlin-controlled company in order to restart crude flows along a critical supply route from Russia to Europe.

The European Commission is to end its heightened scrutiny of the Greek economy, marking the end of a debt crisis triggered by the 2008 global financial turmoil that nearly pushed the country out of the euro zone.

UK to ‘urgently’ offer hundreds of thousands of London-based children aged one to nine a polio vaccine boost as sewage monitoring suggests transmission is producing in some parts of the capital.

US federal prosecutors have charged an Iranian national with plotting to assassinate John Bolton, Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, on US soil.

(Compiled by Bengaluru Newsroom)


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