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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    US Judge says Kraft, Mondelez must face wheat price rigging lawsuit

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    A federal judge in Chicago on Monday rejected Kraft Heinz Co's and Mondelez International Inc's effort to dismiss a lawsuit in which wheat futures and options traders accused them of illegally manipulating the grain's price.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    S&P strips UK of last top-notch credit rating after Brexit

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    Ratings agency Standard & Poor's stripped Britain of its last remaining top-notch credit rating on Monday, slashing it by two notches from AAA and warning more downgrades could follow after Britons voted to leave the European Union last week.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    Havana ATMs accepting US bank's MasterCard: central bank

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    MasterCards from Florida-based Stonegate Bank are the first U.S.-issued credit cards that can be used to withdraw cash at automatic teller machines in Cuba, the first vice president of the country's central bank said on Monday.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    British government puts sale of RBS, Lloyds stakes on hold after Brexit vote: sources

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    Britain's government has scrapped plans to sell stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group this year in the wake of the Brexit vote, sources said, a decision set to leave a multi-billion pound hole in its finances. The Treasury had planned to further reduce its exposure to the banks it took over during the financial crisis, by raising 9 billion pounds (US$11.9 billion) via sales of stock to fund managers and a discounted offer to the public.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    Sterling, stocks pummelled on Brexit alarm

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    The pound fell to a three-decade low against the dollar on Monday as European markets took a fresh hit, led lower by banks, airlines and property shares, despite the British government's efforts to calm post-Brexit jitters.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    French prosecutor seeks trial for UBS over client tax fraud-judicial source

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    A French financial prosecutor requested Swiss bank UBS go on trial for covering up clients' tax fraud as well as illegal prospecting, a judicial source told Reuters.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    Chipotle launches rewards program to bring back customers

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    Burrito chain Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc said it will launch a limited-period loyalty program, betting on a strategy it had previously shunned, to lure back customers after a string of food safety lapses last year.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    Illinois insurance regulator approves Aetna purchase of Humana

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    The Illinois Department of Insurance has approved Aetna Inc's proposed US$34 billion acquisition of Humana Inc provided it is approved by the U.S. Department of Justice, according to an order dated June 23 posted on the department's website.

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    28 Jun 2016 Tue

    Nestle appoints Fresenius' Ulf Mark Schneider as CEO

    28 Jun 2016, Tue

    Nestle SA poached Fresenius Chief Executive Ulf Mark Schneider to replace long-standing CEO Paul Bulcke, the Swiss food giant said on Monday.

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    27 Jun 2016 Mon

    US officials try to calm markets, urge 'responsible' UK-EU divorce

    27 Jun 2016, Mon

    Senior Obama administration officials sought to calm jittery markets on Monday, insisting there was no financial crisis brewing after Britain's vote to leave the European Union and urging officials on both sides to take a "responsible" approach to the looming separation.