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May 26 - Markets closed

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IBEX 11,240.30 -82.00 (-0.72%)
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GBP/JPY 189.4333 +1.3095 (0.70%)
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FCA fines 'death bonds' boss 75 million pounds
LONDON The boss of a firm which sold so-called "death bonds" was hit with a 75 million pounds fine on Tuesday by Britain's financial regulator, the biggest penalty it has ever handed to an individual.
Former Keydata CEO faces record �75m fine over 'death bonds'  
Investment firm founder fined record �75m by FCA after Keydata collapse  
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A highly-paid trader motivated by greed was the "ringmaster" in an enormous fraud to rig benchmark interest rates known as Libor, a court has heard.
We learn this morning that the man behind the design ideas that made Apple the world's richest company has got a new job. Sir Jonathan - or Jony - Ive has been promoted to Chief Design Officer.
Retail sales have surged in the year to date as expectations for next month hit their highest level for 27 years, according to the Confederation of Business Industry.
Charter Communications Inc, controlled by cable industry pioneer John Malone, offered to buy Time Warner Cable Inc for $56 billion, seeking to combine the No.
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