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  • NABIULLINA SAYS BANK WILLING TO SPEND AROUND $85 BLN IN INTERVENTIONS NEXT YEAR IF OIL FALLS TO $60 A BARREL.

  • NABIULLINA SAYS EXPECTS INFLATION AT END OF 2015 AT AROUND 8 PERCENT.

  • NABIULLINA SAYS UNCERTAINTY IN ECONOMY HIGH, CENTRAL BANK READY TO BE FLEXIBLE AND USE NON-STANDARD MEASURES.

  • NABIULLINA SAYS EXPECTS CAPITAL OUTFLOW OF UP TO $120 BILLION IN 2015, BANKS AND COMPANIES HAVE TO REDEEM SIMILAR AMOUNT OF EXTERNAL DEBT.

  • RUSSIAN CENTRAL BANK'S NABIULLINA SAYS BANK READY TO RAISE KEY RATE IF INFLATION RISKS GROW, LOWER RATE IF RISKS SUBSIDE.

  • *Three top 30 investors say CEO Sands should go. *Problems mount from U.S. sanctions, governance, Korea, bad debts. LONDON, Dec 11- Standard Chartered is being urged to plan for life beyond Peter Sands after a strategy update last month failed to restore confidence in the chief executive among some investors.

  • LONDON, Dec 11- Google said it plans to close its news-linking service in Spain in response to legislation under which publishers will soon be able to force Internet sites to pay for re-publishing headlines or snippets of news. In a statement, the search giant said the new law makes the Google News service unsustainable and that it will remove Spanish publishers...

  • US STOCKS-Futures up as oil bounces; ream of data due Thursday, 11 Dec 2014 | 7:38 AM ET

    *Brent crude inches above $65 a barrel. *Starboard Value takes stakes in Office Depot, Staples. *Brent crude managed to climb back above the $65 mark but remained near five-year lows while U.S. crude rose 1.1 percent to $61.60.

  • *Kingdom struggles to create jobs, diversify economy. DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, Dec 11- Abdulaziz al-Jouf is in many ways a typical Web entrepreneur-- the 34- year-old Saudi talks fast, works late and has big plans for his online payments system. Their partnership is the result of a push by Saudi Arabia to create jobs and diversify its economy beyond the oil industry-...

  • NEW DELHI, Dec 11- The leader of Crimea, the former Ukrainian territory annexed by Russia, visited India on Thursday as a member of President Vladimir Putin's summit delegation, in a move likely to provoke the West. India does not back Western sanctions against Russia, but the unofficial trip by Sergey Aksyonov could spoil the mood before Prime Minister Narendra...

  • PARIS, Dec 11- European shares sank on Thursday, retreating for the fourth consecutive session as the take-up at the European Central Bank's loan offer disappointed investors, and on political concerns over Greece. Banks borrowed almost 130 billion euros of four-year loans from the ECB in its latest lending round, which is what traders had expected but brings...

  • Russia sees 2015 oil output at around 10.6 mln bpd Thursday, 11 Dec 2014 | 7:21 AM ET

    Russia, the world's top oil producer, pumped an average 10.63 million barrels per day in November, equalling a post-Soviet high. Russia is the world's second-largest oil exporter after Saudi Arabia, shipping an average 4 million bpd. Alexander Novak, Russia's energy minister, earlier said that Russia was contributing to oil market stability by not increasing...

  • *CEO accused of corruption by former employer NetEase. Dec 11- Momo Inc, a Chinese mobile chat app firm backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd that will list on the Nasdaq on Thursday, said its chief executive will fight allegations of misconduct and corruption made by his former employer. The company said on Wednesday allegations made by Chinese internet firm...

  • Banks borrowed 130 billion euro of four-year loans from the European Central Bank, taking barely more than half of the total money that had been offered this year as the euro zone's economy continues to struggle. Investors had seen it as a final throw of the dice before deciding, probably early next year, if it will put aside Germany's concerns and copy the...

  • FOREX-Norwegian crown sinks on surprise rate cut Thursday, 11 Dec 2014 | 7:17 AM ET

    LONDON, Dec 11- Norway's crown currency sank by almost a full percentage point on Thursday after a slump in oil prices and demand provoked its central bank into an early and unexpected cut in interest rates, driving the crown to its weakest since mid-2009. "A cut was inevitable really but the timing was quite impressive," said Josh O'Byrne, a currency strategist with...

  • AMSTERDAM, Dec 11- U.S. food company Cargill said it still wanted to buy Nutreco, pushing shares in the Dutch nutrition company up more than 4 percent as investors reacted to the prospect of a bidding war with rival contender SHV. Nutreco said last month it preferred a 44.50 euro per share offer from SHV, a Dutch family-owned investment firm, to Cargill's 43.20 euro...

  • PARIS, Dec 11- France's pension system faces a new risk of entering a deficit due to optimistic projections for economic growth and job creation, a government-mandated watchdog said, less than a year after the system's latest overhaul. President Francois Hollande's Socialist government enacted its latest reform of the system in December 2013, the fourth...

  • MOSCOW, Dec 11- Russia's central bank raised its main lending rate by 100 basis points to 10.5 percent on Thursday to prop up the rouble but failed to stop the currency sinking to a new low. The inability to halt the rouble's decline after a fall in oil prices and Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis pose a growing challenge for President Vladimir Putin as his...

  • RadioShack quarterly sales drop 16 pct Thursday, 11 Dec 2014 | 7:12 AM ET

    Dec 11- Struggling electronics retailer RadioShack Corp reported a 16 percent drop in quarterly sales and said it was undertaking cost-cutting actions to boost earnings by over $400 million annually. Net loss widened to $161.1 million, or $1.58 per share in the third quarter ended Nov. 1, from $135.9 million, or $1.35 per share, a year earlier.

  • *SNB keeps cap, target rate for LIBOR on hold. BERNE, Dec 11- The Swiss National Bank restated its resolve on Thursday to stop the franc strengthening against the euro, a policy that may be tested early next year if the ECB takes further measures to stimulate the euro zone economy. Expectations the European Central Bank will launch a quantitative easing program are...