July 14 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
* Saudi Aramco in sights, FCA opens door to foreign listings on.ft.com/2tOCDiU
* Pimco's assets under management jump 6.6 pct in Q2 on.ft.com/2tOpZ3K
* FanDuel and DraftKings scrap merger plan after opposition on.ft.com/2tOUOVV
* Fox-Sky takeover heads for full competition inquiry on.ft.com/2tP1dQZ
- FCA is proposing to exempt state-controlled companies from some of the protections investors gain when a company seeks a premium listing in the UK. This comes as London vies with New York to host Saudi Aramco’s IPO.
- Pimco’s assets under management jumped 6.6 percent to $1.61 trillion in the second quarter benefiting from the swelling demand for fixed income.
- The two largest U.S. daily fantasy sports sites, Fanduel and DraftKings, have scrapped their plans to merge after competition authorities hinted at an opposition to the deal.
- Twenty-first Century Fox denied making a fresh offer to Sky News, almost certainly triggering a full inquiry by the British competition authorities. Fox was to takeover Sky for 11.7 billion pounds. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom; Editing by Sandra Maler)