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Monday, 25 September
Oil holds gains as producers say market rebalancing
1h ago - TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil prices stood little changed on Monday, keeping most of their gains from the previous session to hold near their highest levels in months, as major producers meeting in Vienna said the market was well on its way toward rebalancing.
Investors wary as Tanzania moves to assert more control over mines
1d ago - NAIROBI/LONDON (Reuters) - New laws and a crackdown on mining firms in Tanzania has slowed fresh investment in what has long been seen as one of Africa's brightest mining prospects as companies assess the consequences of government efforts to claim a bigger slice of the pie.
Lufthansa seen offering to pay 200 million euros for Air Berlin assets
1d ago - FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A Lufthansa (>> Deutsche Lufthansa) bid price of 200 million euros ($239 million) to buy assets from insolvent Air Berlin (>> Air Berlin Plc) plus 100 million euros to meet operating costs is roughly correct, a source familiar with the talks said on Sunday.
Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint close to agreeing on deal terms - sources
3d ago - (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc (>> T-Mobile US) is close to agreeing tentative terms on a deal to merge with Sprint Corp (>> Sprint Corp), people familiar with the matter said on Friday, a major breakthrough in efforts to merge the third and fourth largest U.S. wireless carriers.
British banks' pessimism in worst run since financial crisis
3h ago - LONDON (Reuters) - Optimism about the business environment among Britain's financial services firms declined again in the third quarter of this year, the longest run of falling sentiment since the global financial crisis, according to a survey published on Monday.
The European Banking Landscape Has New Powerhouses: French Lenders
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Why a BlackRock Legal Victory Could Make It Harder for ETF Investors to Sue
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SAP to buy customer management software firm Gigya
1d ago - FRANKFURT/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - SAP (>> SAP), Europe's biggest technology company, has agreed to buy U.S.-Israeli customer identity software company Gigya to strengthen its position in the booming market for online customer relationship marketing, the company said on Sunday.
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