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RBS sells shares in Citizens to banks underwriting IPO - sources

Medibank share sale registration open

Federal Government's Medibank Private sale pitch begins with investors...

Lloyds Bank readying second sale of TSB shares - sources

Sports Direct backs beleaguered Tesco with new bet

Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered picked to manage India share sales -...

Australian winemaker Treasury spurns takeovers

Hong Kong losing premium over Shanghai market: China overnight

AB InBev insiders profit from beer merger hype

Starbucks buying full control of Japan unit for $914 million

Lloyds Bank sells further 11.5 percent stake in TSB

Grocery chain Smart &amp Final's shares rise about 11.6 percent in debut

Dollar hits four-year high, Asian stocks on edge as HK seethes

Starbucks buying full control of Japan unit for $914 million

LSE says receives 97 percent take-up for rights issue

Lloyds Bank sale of TSB stake shows demand for UK banks

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Wal-Mart names Instagram CEO as 'bro' for the Board

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British bank Lloyds says will sell more TSB shares

UBS launches share-for-share exchange for new holding company

European demand, higher margins drive Nike's profit beat

New CEO could send JetBlue shares flying: Barron's

Shoemaker Jimmy Choo to list shares in London

Lynas taps investors for $83m

UN rights body to share Syria war crimes evidence

Arsenal and Spurs share points in north London derby

Lend Lease CEO's pay rises by almost $3m in two years to $7.6m

Japan's SoftBank bidding for DreamWorks Animation: report

Profit warning, competition settlement hit TNT Express shares

Treasury Wines rejects $3.4b takeover

Pay rises for Harvey Norman execs

RBS under pressure from investors to cut Citizens IPO - FT

Micron Technology's fourth-quarter report beats expectations, boosts stock

European demand, higher prices drive Nike's profit beat

FTSE falls as investors brace for U.S., UK tightening

Maersk could hand back more cash to shareholders - analysts