Dame Sharon White will step down as John Lewis chairman next year.
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Wall Street index futures kicked off October on a positive note after the U.S. Congress averted a government shutdown, while investors awaited comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell for clues on the central bank's interest-rate path. The Congress passed a stopgap funding bill on Saturday with overwhelming Democratic support after Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy backed down from an earlier demand by his party's hardliners for a partisan bill.
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Dame Sharon White will leave at the end of her term, make her the shortest-serving chair in the retailer's history.
EU foreign ministers held their first ever meeting outside the bloc in Ukraine on Monday, a show of support for the country after a pro-Russian candidate won an election in Slovakia and the U.S. Congress omitted funding for Kyiv from a spending bill. "We are convening a historic meeting of EU Foreign Ministers here in Ukraine, candidate country and future member of the EU," Borrell said on X. "We are here to express our solidarity and support to the Ukrainian people." Washington insists its firm military and political support for Ukraine has not wavered, despite Congress having excluded Ukraine funds from an emergency spending deal reached at the weekend to avert a government shutdown.
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While rare, about a fifth of newborns infected show symptoms such as hearing loss, or have longer term health issues, including developmental delays.
Holly Willoughby has been left heartbroken after the death of her uncle, with her older sister sharing the sad news on Instagram.
Third-ranked Daniil Medvedev overcame a second-set stumble to beat Frenchman Ugo Humbert 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 and advance to the semifinals of the China Open on Monday. The Russian struggled to find his usual fluid game in the first two sets but sprung to life in the third set to shake off the 36th-ranked Humbert and progress to his 10th semifinal of the year. “I’m kind of happy that I managed to raise my level in important moments, except a game in the second set,” Medvedev said.
Shares in BAE Systems have risen 2% or 17.55p to 1015.35p after the MoD announced £4 billion worth of contracts for development work on the next generation of nuclear-powered attack submarines. Manufacturing is due to start towards the end of the decade, with the first UK submarines in service in the late 2030s. BAE shares are up by about 30% in the past year but have fallen back since peaking at 1065p in mid-September.
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