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IBEX 11,063.40 +48.70 (0.44%)
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Eurostar sale to net British taxpayers more than �750m
Eurostar - the government is cashing in its 40% stake in the company. Photograph: Invicta Kent Media/Rex. Patrick Wintour, political editor.
Eurostar sale: Government offload stake to raise �585m for Treasury  
City morning headlines: ITV gives special dividend, Government sells Eurostar ...  
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Insurer Legal & General reported below-forecast 2014 operating profits on Wednesday, though company pension deals gave a boost to annuity sales.
Average household incomes are back to pre-crisis levels, but still more than 2% below their 2009-10 peak, according to research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
The detail of Markit's Spanish services PMI survey shows that despite the drop in the headline number, there were some positives.
Billions of pounds of corruptly gained money has been laundered by criminals and foreign officials buying upmarket London properties through anonymous offshore front companies - making the city arguably the world capital of money laundering.
Greggs has enjoyed a jump in profits as the bakery chain's fightback against the coffee chains and supermarkets begins to bear fruit.

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