... * IEA says markets well supplied but risks "extraordinarily high". * "Little room for complacency" in oil markets, IEA says.
Investors' radar screens have long been clear of the one blip guaranteed to sound the alarm in financial markets: interest rate rises by central banks.
Global oil demand will rise at the fastest pace in five years in 2015 as Chinese consumption expands and emerging economies strengthen, the International Energy Agency said.
The discount retailer Family Dollar, under pressure from the activist investor Carl C. Icahn to sell itself, said its profit fell by a third as competition intensified and the company cleared inventory ahead of planned store closings.
... * Imperial says US remains attractive market. * Reynolds, Lorillard not available to comment. * Imperial lining up about $7 bln - source (Adds stock activity, bullet points, background).