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BT and Telefonica in 'preliminary' talks over O2 deal
Telecoms giant BT is in talks with Telefonica about buying the O2 mobile network from the Spanish firm. "All discussions are at a highly preliminary stage and there can be no certainty that any transaction will occur," said BT.
BT Returns O2's Calls to Get Mobile  
BT lines up O2 and EE in quest for British telecoms supremacy  
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LONDON (Reuters) - FTSE edged lower on Monday, weighed down by a slump in Petrofac after it predicted low net profits, but M&A talk kept it near a two-month high.
BT added 14.1p to 394.1p after confirming reports it was in talks with two mobile phone companies about a multi-million pound deal.
The Bank of England has published terms of reference for a review into a systems outage last month which saw UK borrowers unable to access mortgages.
Fortnum & Mason, the luxury food and gift retailer, has reported its highest profits in its 307-year history with its first new stores in hundreds of years contributing to a doubling of profits.
Petrofac has warned investors that a �difficult period� involving troubled North Sea projects and lower oil prices is likely to reduce its net profit to $500m next year, 25 per cent lower than analysts' consensus expectations of $675m.

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BT.A BT Group plc 2.86% 31,847.85M
PFC Petrofac Limited -26.45% 3,043.04M
MDZ Mediazest Plc 180.00% 3.10M
TALK Talktalk Telecom Group PLC 6.44% 2,871.46M
BLVN BowLeven PLC 4.34% 104.91M
MTV Motive Television Plc -4.23% 6.14M
EMG MAN GROUP PLC ORD USD0.03428571 2.05%
WMH William Hill plc -5.38% 2,977.67M
BOO Boohoo.Com PLC 2.79% 525.64M
DGE Diageo plc 0.06% 48,281.68M