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FCA to make decision on mis-selling redress by summer's end
LONDON Britain's financial regulator's view on how complaints about mis-sold loan insurance are being handled and what action it plans to take will be announced by the end of the summer, it said on Wednesday.
UPDATE 1-FCA to make decision on mis-selling redress by summer's end  
CompaniesFCA considers next steps on PPI complaints  
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International Airlines Group, the parent company of British Airways and Iberia, has confirmed it has reached agreement with Aer Lingus to make a €1.4bn (�1bn) cash offer for Ireland's national carrier.
EY warns that investors could be deterred by uncertainty over the UK's membership of the EU. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA.
The Royal Bank of Scotland appears to be on the verge of bidding for parts of a �13bn (�20bn) state-owned mortgage portfolio put up for sale by George Osborne.
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LONDON: The probability Greece will leave the euro zone in the next year has fallen even as Athens is fast running out of time to reach a cash-for-reforms deal with its EU lenders, a May survey of mostly German-based investors showed.

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