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UK Supermarket Shares Plunge as Sainsbury Fuels Sales Concern
Britain's three biggest listed grocers saw more than 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) wiped off their collective market value today after J Sainsbury Plc (SBRY) issued a no-growth outlook and fueled concern over dividends.
Sainsbury's feels the squeeze  
UPDATE 4-UK's Sainsbury's to review dividend as sales slide  
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The unleashing of 67.78 trillion yen ($617 billion) of mistaken stock orders in Japan is reviving concern about the accountability of brokers overseeing trades in the world's second-biggest equity market.
MILAN Oct 1 (Reuters) - Pimco, the world's biggest bond investor, remains overweight on Italian government debt after the departure of Chief Investment Officer Bill Gross, the asset manager's European strategist said on Wednesday.

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SBRY J Sainsbury plc -6.50% 4,500.41M
TSCO Tesco PLC -0.58% 14,944.42M