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British Airways' owner makes �1bn offer for Ireland's Aer Lingus
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.
City morning headlines: Irish government sells Aer Lingus stake to IAG  
CompaniesIAG, Aer Lingus fly higher as deal advances  
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LONDON May 27 Britain's financial regulator said on Wednesday that it would give its view on how complaints about mis-sold loan insurance are being handled in the summer and make clear what action it plans to take.
Ulster Bank has sold Northern Ireland property loans originally worth �1.4bn for �205m in a deal with investment firm Cerberus, it announced last night.
A highly-paid trader motivated by greed was the "ringmaster" in an enormous fraud to rig benchmark interest rates known as Libor, a court has heard.
Shares in De La Rue fell 12.6 per cent when trading opened on Wednesday after the bank note printer slashed its dividend by 41 per cent.
The number of people who have fallen victim to identity theft has increase by nearly a third, according to new figures. Identity fraud rose by a third in the first quarter of 2015 Credit: PA Wire.

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