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Co-op Bank loses 38000 customers but slashes first-half losses
The Co-operative Bank has announced a loss of 38,000 current account customers amidst a �hurricane of negative publicity� following its near collapse, but has, however, recorded a financial strengthening in its first half.
More jobs to go as Co-op Bank slips to �75.8m loss  
'Hurricane of bad publicity' too much for Co-op Bank customers  
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The owner of the London Stock Exchange plans to raise almost �1 billion in a rights issue to help fund the acquisition of a US-based rival.
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Trends

GainersChange Mkt Cap
BA69 City of London Investment Trust plc 8.00% 1,091.53M
TCG Thomas Cook Group plc 3.47% 1,844.13M
ESNT Essentra PLC 3.08% 2,019.88M
ACHL Asian Citrus Holdings Ltd. 2.97% 2,267.97M
PMO Premier Oil PLC 2.93% 1,793.59M
LosersChange Mkt Cap
CTYA City of London Investment Trust plc -26.32% 1,091.53M
IGG IG Group Holdings plc -3.31% 2,187.21M
SEPL Seplat Petroleum Development Company PLC -3.06% 362,689.49M
VED Vedanta Resources plc -2.14% 2,688.65M
ASC ASOS plc -2.05% 1,871.10M
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