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  • TOKYO, Oct 5- Asian shares rose and the euro clung on to most of its overnight gains on Friday as investors awaited a key U.S. jobs report, sustaining a positive mood after the European Central Bank said it stands ready to buy bonds of troubled euro zone countries.

  • China's Huawei considers an IPO - WSJ Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 9:58 PM ET

    SINGAPORE, Oct 5- China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has reached out to investment banks for advice on an initial public offering, the Wall Street Journal reported. Huawei is leaning towards a listing in the United States, but is also considering Hong Kong or London, the newspaper reported.

  • LONDON, Oct 5- Russia is considering allowing Western companies to own oil licences in its Arctic waters, Energy Minister Alexander Novak was quoted as saying in Friday's Financial Times. Earlier this month, state-owned oil giant Gazprom OAO. The Arctic is seen as a key source of oil in the next decade for Russia, the world's largest producer.

  • HONG KONG, Oct 5- Hong Kong shares are expected to rise for a fifth straight session and poised to end a holiday-shortened week with mild gains, although caution ahead of U.S. payrolls data is likely to keep trading activity light.

  • PRESS DIGEST - Financial Times - Oct 5 Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 7:30 PM ET

    Financial Times Headlines JOHNSON SLAMS GOVERNMENT OVER AIRPORTS- MORGAN STANLEY CHIEF WARNS ON WALL ST PAY- GOOGLE EBOOK WIN LITTLE THREAT TO AMAZON- RUSSIA MOOTS ARCTIC OIL LICENCES FOR WEST- BAE TIE-UP BAD FOR UK, WARNS DARLING- BARCLAYS ALTERS INVESTMENT BANKING SHAPE- REDROW'S CHAIRMAN RAISES BID FOR GROUP- ECB KEEPS INTEREST RATES UNCHANGED- FACEBOOK EXPANDS TO 1 BLN USERS- Overview JOHNSON SLAMS GOVERNMENT OVER AIRPORTS.

  • By Tom Bill and Chris Vellacott. LONDON, Oct 5- The love affair between the global super-rich and London property is souring as UK politicians tap into a mood of public resentment of the wealthy, with tax increases and rhetoric playing up their own humble origins.

  • The company appointed Anne Donahue to New York market leader for the private client reserve of US Bank. The bank also appointed Lynn Maaske as vice president and wealth management adviser for the private client reserve in St. Paul. The firm added Al Weaver and John Worcester to its advisor force in Massachusetts.

  • *ISS recommends shareholders vote to re-elect all News Corp directors. Oct 4- News Corp's controlling Murdoch family received a major endorsement, and won a symbolic victory, with proxy advisory group Institutional Shareholder Services' recommendation that shareholders vote to re-elect the company's board of directors at its annual shareholder meeting.

  • LONDON, Oct 4- Spain's Economy Minister said on Thursday he was certain the country would find interest from the private sector for the' bad bank' it is setting up to park billions of euros in soured real estate assets.

  • LONDON, Oct 4- Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade, two large United States- based trading firms, are shutting down some of their European businesses, marking the latest casualties of a slow trading year in the region. Charles Schwab warned clients on Tuesday it would close the European arm of OptionsXpress, its derivatives trading unit, on Nov. 30.

  • By Chris Reese and Kirsten Donovan. NEW YORK/ LONDON, Oct 4- The amount of seasonally adjusted U.S. commercial paper contracted for a fifth consecutive week in the week ended Oct. 3, Federal Reserve data showed on Thursday. U.S. seasonally adjusted commercial paper outstanding fell $15 billion to $975.1 billion in the latest week.

  • By Claire Ruckin and Owen Sanderson. LONDON, Oct 4- Spain's Banco Santander is selling a loan portfolio of up to 2.5 billion euros to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, banking sources said on Thursday.

  • North Sea Crude-Forties bid higher, no offers emerge Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 1:33 PM ET

    *Forties bid up to dated plus 60 cents. LONDON, Oct 4- North Sea Forties crude differentials rose for a fourth day on Thursday due to large-scale disruption to October loadings, but no offers emerged as the market waited for the November loading programme, expected on Friday.

  • UPDATE 1-Nuclear operators must act now on safety-EU Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 1:31 PM ET

    *Commission cannot force states to apply recommendations. BRUSSELS, Oct 4- Regulators and operators should act now to improve safety at nuclear power plants, the EU energy commissioner said on Thursday, following inspections across the European Union.

  • By Estelle Shirbon LONDON, Oct 4- Kweku Adoboli, the ex-UBS. Bertrand told the court that as far as he was aware, the desk had made about $70 million in profits in the first half of the year, mostly from proprietary trading conducted by Adoboli and the other senior trader on the desk, John Hughes.

  • LONDON, Oct 4- Russian Urals crude strengthened on Thursday as traders cited scarce remaining barrels from the October programme and increased refining runs in Russia and Europe. "I think the market will tighten for November-December as refiners come back on stream in Russia, so you would see less barrels for exports," a trader with a major said.

  • Argentine ship stuck in Africa in bondholder fight Thursday, 4 Oct 2012 | 1:07 PM ET

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina-- The flagship of Argentina's navy has been ordered held in Africa by a judge answering a complaint from a U.S. hedge fund. Courts in the United States and Britain have granted judgments worth $1.6 billion to the hedge fund, but it and other bondholders are still suing for billions more and Argentina has refused to pay.

  • LONDON, Oct 4- Spain's economy cannot recover while doubts remain over whether the currency bloc will remain intact, Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said on Thursday.

  • LONDON, Oct 4- Polyus Gold International Ltd:. *As at 30 September 2012 no. of conditions to completion of the transaction. *Update on sale of kazakhaltyn mmc jsc and norox mining company limited.

  • Barclays announced a shake up at its investment banking business aimed at streamlining the business in the face of a more challenging outlook for the industry. Wells Fargo's international group named Christopher Lewis as executive vice-president and head of global trade services.