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Mobile firms fight to woo BT in �10bn takeover talks
BT is in talks to buy either O2 or EE in the second dramatic move by Britain's biggest telecoms company in as many years, after its successful entry into pay-TV with BT Sport.
BT in talks to buy O2  
Comment: BT takes ring road to mobile strategy  
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Most of the pharmaceutical takeovers touted over summer fizzled out, but speculators are hoping at least one tie-up could come to fruition.
A businessman who wrote a government report that criticised RBS has been told he can no longer remain a customer of the bank, Panorama has learned.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission is likely to decide to shift some of its budget into special financial instruments to promote private investment when it meets on Tuesday to agree a plan that can boost EU economic growth, a source familiar ...
German bond yields are to fall below Japanese levels and plumb depths never seen before in history as Europe becomes the epicentre of global deflationary forces, according to new forecast from the Royal Bank of Scotland.

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