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Fridman given seven-day reprieve by UK to save North Sea gas deal
The British government has set Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman a seven-day deadline to explain why it should not block his purchase of a dozen North Sea gasfields this week from Germany's RWE as part of a �5bn deal.
UK gives oligarch 7 days to justify keeping North Sea fields  
Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman given North Sea deadline  
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... * FTSE 100 down ends up 0.4 pct after late recovery. * IAG boosted by traffic figures. * Standard Chartered gains on restructuring plan.
Scottish Power, one of the six leading gas and electricity suppliers, has been temporarily banned from actively selling to new customers while it seeks to solve failures in its customer complaints procedures.
Britain agreed to sell its 40 per cent stake in the Eurostar rail link for �585 million to a consortium of Canadian public pension fund Caisse de Depot du Placement du Quebec and British asset manager Hermes.
Peter Sands of Standard Chartered adorned his valedictory full-year results presentation with the yin and yang symbol and his narrative with creative ambiguity.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is planning to sell its first bonds in euros. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg. Recommended.

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