Sept 12 The following are the top stories in the
Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does
not vouch for their accuracy.
New Age takes first steps towards stock market listing on.ft.com/2chabLL
Koreans near investment in new Cumbrian nuclear plant on.ft.com/2chfR8u
UK to approve insurance-linked securities on.ft.com/2chears
Tesla revamps autopilot technology after fatal crash on.ft.com/2chk9wn
New Age, an Africa-focused oil explorer, is considering an
initial public offering that would put it among the UK's biggest
independent oil companies by market capitalisation.
Korea Electric Power Corp, a South Korean energy
group, is closing in on a multibillion investment in a new
nuclear power station near Sellafield on the Cumbrian coast.
The UK Treasury said it would ask parliament to approve new
regulations allowing insurance-linked securities (ILS) to be
issued in London from next year.
Tesla Motors Inc has unveiled an update to its
autopilot technology, which will now rely mainly on radar
sensors after a fatal crash raised questions on the safety of
(Compiled by Manisha Kabi in Bengaluru; Editing by Peter