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Monday Morning Financial Market Headlines

Japan's government is finalizing an emergency economic stimulus package of up to Y10 trillion ($113 billion) that includes public works spending of more than Y5 trillion, the Yomiuri Shimbun said Monday in its morning edition

Executives holding the purse strings of the UK's leading companies are in more optimistic mood after steering their businesses through a double-dip recession and strengthening balance sheets, research out on Monday shows – Daily Telegraph

UK Lloyds employment confidence index (DEC) -42 versus -42 previous

Vodafone faces $2.5bn tax bill from Indian relating to purchase of Hutchison Whampoa’s majority stake in now Vodafone India

Bank PPI costs could double to £25bn, (The Times uses the FSA’s monthly PPI payout figures and historic selling data to make its calculations)

Financial regulators have eased rules on minimum quantities of cash and liquid assets all banks must hold, set to take effect in 2015

Investment may not flow into UK energy sector for years because of uncertainty over new policies, a renewable energy investor has warned -Daily Telegraph

London and the South East of England are bailing out the rest of high-spend Britain –CityAM

China Stock Rally May End Without Reform, Shanghai Alliance Says

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