Royal Bank of Scotland

RBS takes $640 million forex charge and warns of more to come

State-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) has set aside 400 million pounds ($640 million) to cover potential fines for manipulating currency markets and warned further charges for past misconduct would continue to hit its profits.

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Russia and Ukraine gas talks

Ukraine, Russia, EU agree to natural gas supply deal

Ukraine, Russia and the European Union signed a deal on Thursday on the resumption of Russian natural gas supplies to Ukraine for winter after several months of delay during the conflict in Ukraine.

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Fifty-one countries sign OECD pact to tackle tax cheats

Finance ministers and tax chiefs from 51 countries signed an agreement on Wednesday to automatically swap tax information, which Germany's finance minister said heralded the end of tax evasion via secret bank accounts.

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Chris Viehbacher

Behind the scenes of Sanofi's boardroom bust up

A boardroom tussle brewing for months at Sanofi came to a head on Wednesday when France's top drugmaker fired its chief executive, wiping more billions off its share price.

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Fiat Chrysler to spin off Ferrari, issue $2.5 billion convertible bond

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) (FCAU.N) said on Wednesday it will spin off its luxury sports car maker Ferrari and list the shares as part of a bigger scheme which includes a $2.5 billion convertible bond issue to help fund its ambitious business plan.

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Abdullah al-Badri

Don't panic, OPEC secretary general says after oil price fall

There is no need to panic at the recent drop in oil prices, the secretary general of OPEC said on Wednesday, saying low prices would curb competing supplies and require the group to pump far more by the end of the decade.

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Woodbridge International Opens Office in France

Woodbridge International, a global mergers and acquisitions firm specializing in middle-market companies, is pleased to welcome Sophie Sauvage as the firm's new Senior M&A Advisor heading up Woodbridge's office in Lyons, France.

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Russia skyline

Russia's TMK sees higher rouble borrowing costs as sanctions bite

Russia's largest steel pipe maker TMK (TRMK.MM) is considering an initial public offering for its U.S. unit to help offset an expected 1-2 percentage point rise in rouble borrowing costs over the next few years as Western sanctions bite.

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France's 2015 Budget Project

EU provisionally clears French, Italian budgets after tweaks

The European Commission provisionally accepted the budgets of France and Italy, saying on Tuesday that no euro zone states had submitted deficit plans for next year that seriously breached EU rules for fiscal stability.

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Hungarian protest

Around 100,000 Hungarians rally for democracy as internet tax hits nerve

About 100,000 Hungarians rallied on Tuesday night to protest at a planned tax on data traffic and the broader course of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government they saw as undermining democracy and relations with European Union peers.

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Statue of European Unity

ECB covered bond buying plan starts with a whimper

The European Central Bank spent 1.704 billion euros last week on covered bonds under a new purchase program with which it hopes to foster lending to businesses and thereby support the euro zone economy.

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London Stock exchange

Bank stress test relief lifts European assets

European stocks, low-rated government bonds and the single currency all rose on Monday as financial markets gave a tentative thumbs-up to euro zone bank health checks.

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Continental AG

Continental AG eyes acquisition, possibly in Asia:

German tyre and car parts maker Continental AG (CONG.DE) is looking for an acquisition in the industrial sector, possibly in Asia, and could spend up to 2 billion euros ($2.54 billion), its finance chief told a German newspaper.

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Saab finalizes $5.4 billion Brazil order for 36 fighter jets

Swedish aerospace firm Saab (SAABb.ST) has finalised a $5.4 billion order to sell 36 fighter jets to Brazil, one of the most valuable defense contracts up for grabs in an emerging market.

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Amazon's logistics centre

German Amazon workers called to strike in pay dispute

Labor union Verdi has called on workers at online retailer Amazon (AMZN.O) to go on strike at five locations across Germany, as a row over pay and conditions continues.

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