*Glencore takeover risk rises as shares fall. LONDON, July 2- Anglo American is planning to cut between 5 and 20 percent of staff at head offices around the world, sources close to the matter said, in an effort to keep shareholders on side and respond to a commodity price rout that has hit profits. Anglo American declined to comment.» Read More
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