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GBP/AUD 2.1464 +0.0054 (0.25%)
Libor scandal: Former City trader Tom Hayes found guilty of rigging rates
City trader Tom Hayes, 35, has become the first person to be convicted by a British jury of rigging Libor rates following a trial at London's Southwark Crown Court.
Trader guilty over Libor rate-rigging  
Former City trader Tom Hayes convicted of Libor rigging  
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HSBC has announced that it has sold its Brazilian business for �3.3bn and still has intentions to sell its Turkish operations. 06:34, UK, Monday 03 August 2015.
The Treasury has sold another 1pc stake in Lloyds Banking Group, taking the taxpayers' ownership of the bailed-out bank to just below 14pc.
(Updates throughout). By George Georgiopoulos and Sinead Cruise. ATHENS/LONDON Aug 3 (Reuters) - Greek bank shares were expected to be hit by more losses on Tuesday following a 30 percent plunge on the first day of trading after a five-week stock ...
US manufacturing activity expanded at a slightly faster pace in July, unchanged from an earlier estimate, according to a survey released on Monday.
Oil and gas production from the North Sea is expected to increase for the first time in 15 years despite a global slump in the price of crude and hundreds of job losses in the industry.

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