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Will the RBI cut lending rates in monetary policy review?
Home loan borrowers, companies, policy makers and the market analysts all have one question in mind: Will the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan cut lending rates in the monetary policy review on Tuesday?
Problems aplenty  The Hindu
Interest rates: economists and homeowners brace for Super Thursday  The Guardian
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Investors braced for reopening of Athens stock exchange
The Athens stock exchange was set to reopen on Monday after a five-week shutdown due to the imposition of capital controls as local investors complained of discrimination over new restrictions on buying shares.
Eyes on banks as Greek exchange to reopen  Sky News Australia
Greek shares 'set to plunge 20%' as stock exchange reopens  BBC News
US economist denies being part of 'criminal gang' over secret Plan B for Greece
A world-renowned US economist who was part of a secret “Plan B” team devised by Greece's former finance minister, has denied being involved in a “criminal gang” intent on bringing the drachma back to the country.
Spain will be Greece 2.0  Live Trading News
Spain could 'become Greece'  The Daily Star
Former Tory leader Michael Howard to meet fraud office in Soma probe
Former Conservative leader Michael Howard is to be questioned by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) as part of its criminal investigation into Soma Oil and Gas in relation to allegations of corruption in Somalia.
#Somalia response to the UK investigation on Soma Oil & Gas  Diplomat News Network
Soma Oil and Gas investigated by Serious Fraud Office  BBC News
Zambian villagers to take on mining firm Vedanta in UK court
LONDON British mining company Vedanta Resources faces legal action in London's High Court after a group of Zambian villagers said their water source and farmland was polluted by the firm's copper mining operations.
The Observer view on global mining regulation  The Guardian
'I drank the water and ate the fish. We all did. The acid has damaged me ...  The Guardian
UK to consider selling RBS shares as early as Monday
RBS reported an unexpected second-quarter profit on July 30, paving the way for the government to sell its stake. Reuters. by Richard Partington.
RBS sale speculation gathers pace  The Guardian
Government may begin RBS sale from Monday  BBC News
British Airways hand baggage allowance to be slashed
British Airways has announced it will be reducing the size of its hand baggage allowance. The airline has long been known for having one of the most generous policies, permitting each passenger to have two bags.
Airline slashes the amount of hand luggage you're allowed onboard  Metro
British Airways slashes the size of hand luggage  Times of India
Milk protest at Morrisons sees farmers clear shelves
A group of dairy farmers has bought all the milk in two rural branches of Morrisons in protest at the price the supermarket giant pays for milk.
Farmers cause chaos in a protest at a Bude Morrisons by clearing the shelves ...  Cornish Guardian
Brit farmers protest milk price cuts in supermarket stunt  Metro
Engineering trains derail in Cumnock crash
Two trains carrying ballast for engineering work have collided on the track near Cumnock in Ayrshire, Network Rail has said. No-one was injured in the incident which took place at about 11:20 on Saturday but numerous wagons derailed and the track was ...
Passengers facing disruption on Glasgow South Western Line  News & Star
Rail line closed as freight trains collide in Ayrshire  Herald Scotland
Bank of Ireland profits surge to €642m as impairments fall
Group chief financial officer Andrew Keating and group chief executive Richie Boucher during Bank of Ireland's Open Gallery 1 Group chief financial officer Andrew Keating and group chief executive Richie Boucher during Bank of Ireland's Interim Results ...
Post-crisis Bank of Ireland back in growth mode  Irish Times
UPDATE 1-Bank of Ireland more than doubles H1 profit, capital rises  Reuters