10 Things You Need To Know In Markets January 18

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Marks Spencer is closing its London distribution centre, putting 380 jobs at risk, after disappointing Christmas trading figures.
The move, part of the chief executive Steve Rowe's five-year turnaround plan, will see the high street retailer exit its Neasden site in the north of the capital and transfer the work to other sites.

2. Société Générale has been ordered to hand back a €2.2 billion tax credit that the bank obtained after the biggest rogue trading scandal in France's history. It said it would fight the tax office in the courts to keep the mat bang thiet ke iris garden money, the Times thiet ke iris garden reports.

 The row comes a decade after Jérôme Kerviel, now 41, lost €4.9 billion through unauthorised gambles on the futures market while working as a trader for Société Générale.

3. Taxpayers will be forced to hand over nearly £200bn to contractors under private finance deals for at least 25 years, according to a report by Whitehall's spending watchdog cited in the Guardian.
In the wake of the collapse of public service provider Carillion, the National Audit Office found little evidence that government investment in more than 700 existing public-private projects has delivered financial benefits.

4. Apple said it will bring hundreds of billions of overseas dollars back to the US, pay about $38 billion (£27 billion) in taxes on the money and spend tens of billions on domestic jobs, manufacturing and data centers in the coming years, according to a Bloomberg report.

 The iPhone maker plans capital expenditures of $30bn in the US over five years and will create 20,000 new jobs at existing sites and a new campus it intends to open, the Cupertino, California-based company said Wednesday in a statement.