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Dec 18 - Markets closed

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Nikkei 225 17,210.05 +390.32 (2.32%)
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TA25 1,481.88 +13.68 (0.93%)
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IBEX 10,391.30 +341.80 (3.40%)
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Aer Lingus rejects takeover bid by BA owner IAG
British Airways owner IAG says that the Irish carrier Aer Lingus has rejected a takeover offer. In a statement, IAG confirmed that it had submitted an offer and that it had been rejected by Aer Lingus.
Aer Lingus rejected IAG takeover approach on value terms  
Aer Lingus Rejects Bid by British Airways Parent  
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President Putin did his best today to reassure Russians - and the markets - about the underlying stability of the tumbling rouble, while warning his countrymen of a tough two years ahead.
UK retail sales surged in November, growing at the fastest pace in a decade as consumers took advantage of pre-Christmas discounts.
The government undervalued Royal Mail by a relatively small amount in its flotation last year, says a former City minister. Markets.
Switzerland's National Bank (SNB) is to impose an interest rate of minus 0.25% on large amounts of money deposited in the country.
Ronny Gottschlich says Lidl will stick to its tight selection of 1,550-1,650 products because that is the best way to keep prices low.

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