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Aer Lingus shares up as Irish government backs stake sale
Shares in Aer Lingus have risen 3% in the wake of the Irish government's agreement to sell its 25% stake to IAG, the owner of British Airways.
IAG CEO says hopeful Ryanair will find offer for Aer Lingus attractive  
IAG says Dublin will become US gateway by 2020  
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Stewart Ford, the founder of the insolvent investment firm Keydata who was slapped with a record-breaking �75m fine, has hit back with a �700m High Court claim against the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the accountants PwC.
The fDi Report 2015, an annual assessment of crossborder investment from the fDi Intelligence team at the Financial Times, has been released.
LONDON The Bank of England said it will finalise new rules designed to protect bank's domestic retail customers from riskier parts of their operations in the first half of next year.
Ulster Bank has sold Northern Ireland property loans originally worth �1.4bn for �205m in a deal with investment firm Cerberus, it announced last night.
A highly-paid trader motivated by greed was the "ringmaster" in an enormous fraud to rig benchmark interest rates known as Libor, a court has heard.

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