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Balfour Beatty Rejects Latest Offer From Rival Carillion
LONDON - The British construction and services company Balfour Beatty said on Wednesday that it had rejected the latest takeover offer from its rival Carillion and that it would not seek to extend a deadline on Thursday that would force the bidder to walk ...
Balfour Beatty snubs third Carillion bid as takeover deadline looms  
Balfour Beatty Rejects Third Improved Offer From Carillion  
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Standard Chartered is close to settling claims over further money laundering failings at a cost of up to another $300 million (�179 million).
The payment was announced alongside half-year figures that beat analysts' expectations due to a strong performance from Glencore's marketing arm.
The Bank of England said two policy makers wanted an interest-rate increase this month, marking the first split in more than three years and the first under Governor Mark Carney.
Losses at Edinburgh-based Cairn Energy narrowed substantially to $62 million in the first half of the year. The figure compares to a $219m reverse in the same period last year and comes after the firm suffered a full-year reverse of $556m for 2013.
Commuters across the region could have to fork out up to �35 more a year to travel into Manchester city centre after a hike in rail fares.

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