Jan 20 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Airbus plans derivatives trading for airline tickets on.ft.com/2sDVIGT
- HS2 costs could hit 106 billion pounds, warns official review on.ft.com/2NKoHjQ
- Boris Johnson set to hasten immigration curbs on low-skilled labour on.ft.com/2TFb9de
- Stagecoach and Arriva sue over rail franchise bids on.ft.com/2ub5DEl
- European aircraft manufacturer Airbus SE will launch project Skytra on Monday, a London-based trading venue designed to help airlines and air travel industry hedge against highly-volatile ticket prices through derivatives exchange.
- Official government reviews have estimated the cost of Britain’s new high-speed rail project HS2 to hit 106 billion pounds ($137.87 billion), 20% higher than previous estimates.
- Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to implement new restrictions on low-skilled workers coming into Britain after Brexit causing alarm for business groups.
- Britain’s biggest transport groups, Stagecoach Group Plc and Arriva, along with Virgin Group and SNCF are suing the British government after the companies were disqualified from bidding for three rail franchises. ($1 = 0.7688 pounds) (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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