Morning Wrap: today's top business stories
News stories from around the web.
Brussels plans end to self-regulation of market benchmarks (FT)
Thousands of benchmarks underpinning markets ranging from oil, rice and cocoa to credit indices and mortgage rates and valued at more than €1,000tn would be regulated for the first time, under a sweeping Brussels proposal to set tougher EU standards in the wake of the Libor scandal.
China tycoon Zong Qinghou suffers knife attack (FT)
China’s second-richest tycoon has been attacked by a disgruntled, knife-wielding unemployed man after refusing to offer him a job.
Will US Federal Reserve ease back on stimulus? (BBC)
Eyes across the globe will be trained on Washington on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve concludes its two-day meeting.
US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke is expected to announce an end to the central bank's extraordinary stimulus efforts.
UK rate-setters abandon QE3 plans (Telegraph)
Bank of England policymakers have ruled out the prospect of more quantitative easing following the strong rebound in the economy.
iOS 7: hidden iPhone features that will be enabled (Telegraph)
As Apple releases its new operating software ahead of the launch of the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5c, we take a look at some of the exciting features that will be enabled.