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BofA to pay $16.65bn in mortgage case
Bank of America agreed to pay a record $16.65bn in cash and consumer relief to US authorities to resolve allegations that the bank misled investors in mortgage-backed securities, marking a milestone in the government's effort to hold banks accountable for ...
Bank of America Expected to Settle Huge Mortgage Case for $16.65 Billion  
UPDATE 1-Bank of America settles mortgage probes for $16.65 bln  
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Britain's anaemic wage growth is having a knock-on effect on public finances, with weak increases in tax receipts meaning the government is still borrowing substantially more than planned.
It was a symbol of the thawing of the Cold War and attracted long lines when it opened in 1990. But on Wednesday evening, in what's likely a bout of diplomatic tit-for-tat, the McDonald's in Moscow's Pushkin Square stood empty.
LONDON�Business activity in the euro zone expanded sluggishly in August, held back by weakening factory output in its two biggest economies.
LONDON (Reuters) - Shares in drugmaker AstraZeneca have climbed more than 7 percent this week, fueled by speculation of renewed takeover interest from Pfizer, following an abortive $118 billion (71 billion pounds) takeover attempt in May.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has defended estimates of oil reserves, after a warning yesterday from a leading industry figure.

Trends

GainersChange Mkt Cap
BA69 City of London Investment Trust plc 8.00% 1,086.63M
NEPI New Europe Property Investments plc 7.69% 1,561.05M
SNR Senior plc 4.06% 1,224.55M
GENL Genel Energy PLC 3.45% 2,442.86M
HIK Hikma Pharmaceuticals Plc 3.01% 3,464.67M
LosersChange Mkt Cap
CTYA City of London Investment Trust plc -26.32% 1,086.63M
KAZ Kazakhmys plc -4.99% 1,310.86M
INVR Investec plc -3.77% 5,010.59M
TCG Thomas Cook Group plc -3.25% 1,747.29M
FRES Fresnillo Plc -2.59% 6,989.55M
Excludes shares with mkt cap of less than �1,000M. Learn more