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Greece makes �200m IMF repayment, but no breakthrough in sight
A Greek man walks past a graffiti in central Athens, which is marking five years since MPs approved Greece's first bailout deal.
ECB Doubts Add to Uncertainties on Greek Debt Lifeline  
ECB Gives Greece Another Week Before Discussing Tighter Funding  
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J Sainsbury 263.6p -11.4p. Questor says SELL. SAINSBURY'S [LON:SBRY] did little to reassure investors that the worst of a bitter price war was over yesterday when it announced a slump in full-year profits and said that prices will continue to fall for the rest of ...
... * EU to review web market, considering new regulation. * Part of broad "digital single market" strategy. * Competition officials also looking into e-commerce (Adds industry reactions, recasts throughout).
Standard Chartered's chairman said on Wednesday that it expects the bank levy to rise yet further, regardless of who remains in power following the general election, and that the tax plays a major factor in deciding whether to leave the UK.
Gold futures looked ready to settle lower on Wednesday as investors mulled a lower-than-anticipated reading on private-sector employment and comments from U.S.
One of Britain's largest tobacco companies is blaming its recent decline in sales on the instability caused by Islamic State (ISIS) in the Middle East.

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