There are a mixed bag of stories in today's business sections.
The Financial Times leads on good news ahead of next Monday's Budget. It reports "Hammond in £13bn annual windfall to ease NHS pressure".
The Daily Telegraph's Business section has "Sky News drawn into Middle East propaganda war". The paper reports that Sky News Arabia, a joint venture between the broadcaster and the royal family of Abu Dhabi, has been sucked into the row over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
The Times leads its Business section with a more domestic story: "Pressure on Patisserie over inquiry into 'fraud'".
Meanwhile the Daily Mail's City & Finance section reports "Pension sharks stole £13.7m from hundreds of savers".