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  • March 6- Endo International Plc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its thrice-rejected testosterone replacement therapy, Aveed, to treat male hypogonadism.

  • Others, including Britain and the Netherlands, have taken longer. Bankia, Spain's fourth-biggest lender, needed 22.4 billion euros in bail-out funds from Europe and Spain's bank restructuring fund FROB. Britain pumped 66 billion pounds into Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds in 2008 and 2009 and provided tens of billions more in liquidity support to the sector.

  • *Dollar index slides on lower U.S. bond yields. NEW YORK, Feb 25- The dollar fell against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday after soft U.S. consumer confidence data drove bond yields lower, weakening demand for the U.S. currency.

  • LONDON, Feb 25- The Australian dollar slipped on Tuesday as a fall in China's yuan deepened, reflecting concern over growth and moves by the People's Bank of China to prod the currency lower. The Aussie is the nearest developed world currency to a proxy for growth in China, which takes much of Australia's commodities output.

  • FOREX-Aussie weakens as yuan slide deepens Tuesday, 25 Feb 2014 | 5:02 AM ET

    *China spot yuan drops below guidance rate first time since 2012. LONDON, Feb 25- The Australian dollar fell around a third of a percent on Tuesday, handing back overnight gains as a fall in China's yuan deepened, reflecting concern over growth and moves by the People's Bank of China to prod the currency lower.

  • Kazakhstan's move last week to dip into its National Fund to slash banks' bad loans and- to some extent- Russia's plan to tap into its wealth fund to bail out Ukraine reduce a potential pool of funds that otherwise could have been invested in capital-heavy projects such as infrastructure.

  • Wanted: 100 mln euros for new Irish bank Thursday, 20 Feb 2014 | 11:18 AM ET

    *Italy, Spain and Germany next if it succeeds in Ireland. DUBLIN, Feb 20- Wanted- investors willing to pump 100 million euros into a new European bank that picked Ireland as its first market.

  • *Barnier says stop blaming Brussels for home-grown problems. BRUSSELS, Feb 19- Michel Barnier, who led an unprecedented overhaul of European banks after the financial crisis, has declared his reform drive complete and pledged less red tape if he wins the post of European Commission president.

  • *Process gives road signs to Portugal, Greece. DUBLIN, Feb 19- Ireland is the first euro zone country to emerge from a bailout brought on by unsustainable debt, but the long slog of cutting back what it owes is only just starting for its 4.6 million austerity-hit people.

  • *China's central bank drains $7.9 bln from the market. *Alcoa to shut Port Henry aluminium smelter in Australia. LONDON, Feb 18- Copper rose on Tuesday as support from a strong euro helped cushion concerns about short-term demand in China after its central bank moved to tighten the money supply.

  • *China's central bank drains $7.9 bln from the market. *Alcoa to shut Port Henry aluminium smelter in Australia. LONDON, Feb 18- Copper was steady on Tuesday as support from a weak dollar offset concerns about short-term demand in China after its central bank moved to tighten the money supply.

  • *China's central bank drains $7.9 bln from the market. *Alcoa to shut Port Henry aluminium smelter in Australia. LONDON, Feb 18- Copper was steady on Tuesday after a move by China's central bank to drain funds from the market offset a stronger euro versus the dollar.

  • Feb 18- Mobile gamemaker King Digital Entertainment Plc, best known for the hit puzzle game Candy Crush Saga, said it planned to raise up to $500 million in an initial public offering. The Dublin- based company had filed confidentially for an IPO with the U. S Securities and Exchange Commission in September under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act.

  • Sweet: 'Candy Crush' maker King to list in New York Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014 | 7:16 AM ET

    King Digital Entertainment, the gaming firm behind online game Candy Crush, said on Tuesday it would list on the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Feb 18- Mobile gamemaker King Digital Entertainment Plc, best known for the hit puzzle game Candy Crush Saga, said it planned to raise up to $500 million in an initial public offering. The Dublin- based company had filed confidentially for an IPO with the the U. S Securities and Exchange Commission in September.

  • *China's central bank drains $7.9 bln from the market. *Alcoa to shut Port Henry aluminium smelter in Australia. LONDON, Feb 18- Copper fell on Tuesday after China's central bank unexpectedly drained funds from the market and due to worries that a harsh winter in the United States could drag on global growth.

  • *Airbus Group says move will expand flexibility. PARIS, Feb 14- Airbus Group pressed ahead with post-Lehman plans to acquire its own banking licence on Friday, saying it would buy small German lender Salzburg Muenchen Bank AG to boost its financing options.

  • *EU policymakers hoping Britain turns away from exit. BRUSSELS, Feb 14- Europe's leaders are keen Britain remains part of the European Union but see a serious risk of unintended consequences in London's attempts to reshape its relationship with the bloc.

  • Geoff 'I see where you're coming from!'     Friday, 14 Feb 2014 | 1:40 AM ET

    Former Irish rugby union player Ronan O'Gara, sympathises with Geoff Cutmore by saying CNBC co-anchor Steve Sedgwick is one of the most difficult persons he's ever met.

  • BRUSSELS, Feb 12- The European Central Bank's chosen weapon to preserve the euro remains intact despite sharp criticism by Germany's constitutional court, but like a nuclear deterrent it looks increasingly unlikely to be used.

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