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Citywire Top Stocks Daily News Digest

Citywire Top Stocks Daily News Digest

All the news from across the web about the companies featured in Citywire's Top Stocks

Afren PLC

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  • Businessweek: Afren received approaches to sell stakes in its assets as energy explorers step up the search for resources
  • Thewest.com.au: Afren plans to drill 13 wells on its blocks in east Africa, at a cost of at least $120 million in the next 18 to 24 months

Barclays PLC

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  • The Daily Telegraph: Barclays faces having to reveal the names of staff linked to attempts by the bank to manipulate Libor at a London High Court hearing on Tuesday

BP PLC

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  • Financial Times: BP has paid its Russian oligarch partners $325 million to drop all outstanding litigation against it

Tate and Lyle PLC

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  • Bankingbusiness.com: Adjusted operating profit for Tate & Lyle rose 2% to £195 million in the six months ended 30 September, which compared with £194 million in the same time period of the previous year

Vodafone Group PLC

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  • The Daily Telegraph: Vodafone swings to a £492 million first-half loss after slashing the value of its crisis-hit businesses in Spain and Italy by £5.9 billion

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