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Sale of RBS stake marks start of the UK's biggest privatisation
Chancellor George Osborne has kicked off Britain's biggest privatisation by selling �2bn of shares in Royal Bank of Scotland at a loss to the taxpayer seven years after the bank was rescued with a record �45bn state bailout.
Osborne Scratches State's Seven-Year RBS Itch  
RBS share sale: Government makes �2.1bn selling off 5.4% of the bailed-out bank  
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LONDON He was so obsessed with the numbers that he did not see his downfall coming. The first trader convicted by a jury in the global Libor rate-rigging scandal was a maths whiz nicknamed "Rain Man", who slept as an adult under a superhero duvet cover ...
House price inflation is beginning to match the growth in earnings, potentially making the property market more sustainable in the long run.
(Open): The FTSE 100 fell, with shares in Standard Life lower after it said its annuities business had suffered from recent pension reforms.
The insurer Direct Line has reported pre-tax profits up by nearly a half in the first six months of the year, following a “refresh” of the Churchill brand.
FRANKFURT - German car makers BMW, Audi and Mercedes will pay about €2.5bn to buy Nokia's maps business, beating out hi-tech rivals for location services seen as key to the future of self-driving cars.

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