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Credit Suisse plans to raise about �3bn and cancels Swiss IPO plans
Credit Suisse will raise SFr4bn (�3.1bn) in a rights offer and abandoned plans to sell part of its Swiss business as Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam moved to end concerns about the bank's capital levels.
Credit Suisse Looks to Catch Up With a $4 Billion Cash Call  
Credit Suisse Will Raise $4 Billion and Scrap IPO of Swiss Unit  
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McDonald's will be trialling a home-delivery service for the first time in the UK this summer, its UK chief executive Paul Pomroy has said.
Over 11 million British households could reclaim almost �1.3 billion from suppliers for energy they paid for but didn't use this winter, new uSwitch figures reveal.
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