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Hang Seng Index 24,507.05 -88.80 (-0.36%)
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ATX 2,191.11
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Sovereign wealth funds to back �10bn O2 tie-up
Several of the world's wealthiest state-backed funds are in talks to provide financial backing for O2's industry-changing �10bn tie-up with rival UK mobile operator Three.
Sovereign wealth funds interested in buying a stake in the merged O2 and Three  
Sovereign Funds Dial Up �3bn O2 Mobile Stake  
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China's economy got off to a weak start in 2015 with disappointing manufacturing- and service-sector readings, renewing calls for the government to introduce more measures to spur growth in the months ahead.
Petrobras represents the best and worst of Brazil. Its technical competence is renowned and it has vast deep sea reserves. Such were the lures that drew investors to the world's largest equity offering a few years ago when it raised $70bn on international ...
As talks between Greece's new government and its euro-area partners turn confrontational, Mario Draghi may soon find himself with an unpleasant dilemma.
People walk past a closed shop in Komotini, northern Greece on Jan 15. A top European Central Bank official said Saturday the institution cannot keep lending money to Greece unless the heavily indebted nation extends its bailout programme before a ...
WASHINGTON - The U.S. economy slowed in the final three months of 2014, but a burst in consumer spending and the prospect of continued low energy prices are bolstering confidence that growth will strengthen this year.

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