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Aviva Agrees �5bn Deal To Buy Friends Life
Aviva confirms a Sky News report that it is buying Friends Life in a �5bn-plus deal that will reshape the pensions industry. 18:40, UK, Friday 21 November 2014.
Aviva and Friends Life set to merge  
Aviva in talks to buy Friends Life for �5.6bn  
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Higher borrowing and slower growth isn't what the Chancellor needs six months before the general election. But George Osborne and his advisers at No 11 Downing Street will be sitting rather less comfortably ahead of December's Autumn Statement ...
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Mario Draghi has boosted hopes the European Central Bank is close to backing more aggressive monetary easing, with the ECB president challenging doubts the central bank's bond-buying spree will do little to save the eurozone from stagnation.
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The knives are out for shares in Britain's leading supermarkets. Data this week showed the first fall in total grocery sales for 20 years as the big four lose market share to the German invaders, hard discounters like Aldi and Lidl.

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