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Citigroup and US Reach $7 Billion Mortgage Settlement
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Citigroup to pay $7 billion to settle subprime mortgage investigation  Los Angeles Times
Citi to pay $7 billion in Justice settlement  USA TODAY
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Shire Gets Revised AbbVie Takeover Proposal
Shire said it would be willing to recommend a takeover at the revised level. Bloomberg News. LONDON´┐ŻU.S. drug giant AbbVie Inc. ABBV -0.74% AbbVie Inc. U.S.
AbbVie and Shire in Talks Over $53 Billion Merger  New York Times
Shire ready to recommend AbbVie's revised $53 billion offer  MarketWatch
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Mylan to Buy Generics Drugs Business Outside US From Abbott for $5.3 Billion
Abbott Laboratories said on Monday that it had agreed to sell its established generic drugs business outside the United States to the generic drug maker Mylan in an all-stock deal that values the business at about $5.3 billion.
Mylan to buy some Abbott drug assets in $5.3 billion deal  Reuters
Abbott Laboratories to Sell Developed Generics Business to Mylan  Wall Street Journal
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Newscast :Samsung takes stand against child labor
Samsung suspends a Chinese supplier over child labor allegations; earnings from banks and tech firms this week will test our economic recovery's strength.
Samsung Contractor Suspended Over Child Labor Allegations  New York Times (blog)
Samsung Suspends China Supplier Amid Child Labor Allegations
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Wall St The Week Ahead: Tech earnings in spotlight as US firms report
EARNINGS from some of the biggest US technology companies will take centre stage next week, giving investors a chance to re-evaluate the sector's health.
Will the earnings express lift Dow above 17K?  CNNMoney (press release)
Tech earnings take center stage  Reuters
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ECB's Draghi set for grilling as industry falters
LONDON (AP) - ECB President Mario Draghi is likely to face questions on what can be done to reduce the value of the euro when he faces lawmakers at the European Parliament later, amid further signs that the recovery in the 18-country eurozone is ...
Mario Draghi's lending programme seen delivering $1 trillion to banks  Livemint
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Lindt makes move on US candy maker Russell Stover
Swiss chocolate maker Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Spruengli said it had agreed to acquire family-owned U.S. candy business Russell Stover, giving it a bigger presence in the world's largest chocolate market.
Lindt buys US chocolate box maker Russell Stover
Swiss Chocolate Maker Lindt Will Buy Russell Stover Candies  New York Times
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MARKET EYE-USD/INR high as oil cos step in, core WPI weighs
... * USD/INR stronger at 60.10/11 compared with 59.93/94 Friday's close, due to some dollar demand from oil marketing companies and concerns after core wholesale price inflation came in above expectations, weigh on the rupee.
June WPI inflation eases to four-month low of 5.43 per cent  Economic Times
India's inflation drops to 4-month low  Washington Post
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Airbus unveils new version of A330 airliner
Airbus on Monday sought to overturn Boeing's dominance in long-range passenger jets as the European aerospace group revealed plans for a new version of its popular A330 aircraft featuring more fuel-efficient engines.
Boeing says well-placed in wake of Airbus revamp plan  Chicago Tribune
Russian delegates told to 'go home' from Farnborough  BBC News
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Espirito Santo's Parent Sells Stake to Meet Margin Call
Ricardo Salgado, outgoing chief executive officer of Banco Espirito Santo SA. Photographer: Mario Proenca/Bloomberg. Banco Espirito Santo SA's largest shareholder was forced to sell a stake in the Portuguese bank to meet a margin call on a loan, ...
Espirito Santo Appoints Bento to Replace Salgado as CEO  Bloomberg
Espirito Santo Family Losing Grip on Portugal's Second-Largest Bank  Wall Street Journal
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