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Sep 23 - Markets closed

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Tesco says Stewart to start CFO job early
Tesco rushed its new chief financial officer into place today, as it tries to shore up a leadership team badly damaged by the accounting mistake revealed yesterday that knocked millions off the company's profits and billions from its share price.
Tesco parachutes in new finance boss to fix accounting scandal  
Desperate Tesco brings in finance boss early as accounting crisis continues  
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Top stories

Britain's finances remained under pressure last month after figures showed borrowing reached �11.6 billion, an increase of �700 million on a year ago.
... * Taking longer than expected to make up winter shortfall. * New CFO leading review of planning, supply chain. * Sucralose prices seen down 25 pct this year, not 15 pct.
... * Euro pulls away from 14-month trough. * Dollar index holds below four-year peak. * Dollar consolidation under way, says analyst (Adds New York prices, quotes; changes byline and dateline; previous LONDON).
"Safeguarding client assets is key to maintaining market confidence if firms fail - Barclays lack of focus on the rules was unacceptable.
... * Greek PM Samaras says Athens won't need third bailout * Investors worry about higher private borrowing * Drab business surveys keep pressure on ECB for more stimulus (Adds comment, updates prices) By Marius Zaharia and John Geddie LONDON, ...

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