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PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Sept. 23

Sept 23 The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Times

Britain's largest banks will be tested on their ability to weather a Chinese economic meltdown amid growing concerns at the Bank of England over the rapid growth of debt in the world's second largest economy. bit.ly/2cPv5H4

Three former Tesco executives have denied two charges of fraud brought by the Serious Fraud Office as part of its investigation into a 263 million euros accounting scandal at the supermarket group. bit.ly/2cPvn0N

The Guardian

Gross mortgage lending hit its highest August level since before the financial crash, figures show, as the housing market appeared to defy fears of a crash after the Brexit vote. bit.ly/2cPvERc

Southern rail workers will strike for 14 days in five separate blocks from next month in the long-running dispute over the role of conductors. bit.ly/2cPwrS9

The Telegraph

IM Properties, one of the UK's largest privately owned property companies, has launched a 1.34-billion-euro land division that aims to snap sites that require tricky planning permissions and prepare them for new homes. bit.ly/2cPwe1F

BT is in talks towards a deal worth tens of millions of pounds for full ownership of YouView, its set-top box technology joint venture with Britain's public service broadcasters and broadband rival TalkTalk. bit.ly/2cPwKfO

Sky News

Data from at least 500 million Yahoo users was "stolen" during an attack in 2014, the internet company has said. bit.ly/2cPw4qL

The Bank's Financial Policy Committee (FPC) said that while the financial system has been resilient since the decision to quit the bloc, the referendum result had delivered a "challenging" outlook for financial stability. bit.ly/2cPwYUs

The Independent

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have pledged to cure all diseases by the end of the century and spend $3 billion towards this goal. ind.pn/2cPwWfd

HSBC is looking for a football pitch-sized office space in east London's Shoreditch or Old Street to bolster its technology capabilities. ind.pn/2cPy56z

(Compiled by Vishal Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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