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Mexican president set to meet Citigroup CEO, spokesperson says

UPDATE 2-Mexican president set to meet Citigroup CEO, spokesperson says Adds context on Fraser strategy By Kylie Madry and Isabel Woodford MEXICO CITY, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Citigroup C.N> Chief Executive Jane Fraser is planning to meet with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a government spokesperson told Reuters on Friday, amid the bank's attempt to finalize the sale of its local unit.
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Mexican president to meet Citigroup CEO, spokesperson says

Mexican president to meet Citigroup CEO, spokesperson says MEXICO CITY, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Citigroup's CEO Jane Fraser is planning to meet with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a spokesperson for the Mexican leader said on Friday. Fraser will be in Mexico in the "first week of February" during a planned visit to the country, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
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Italian Design Brands aims to launch IPO in Q2 - sources

Italian Design Brands aims to launch IPO in Q2 - sources MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Italian Design Brands (IDB) is working towards launch its initial public offering (IPO) in Milan in the second quarter, two sources close to the matter said on Friday. The company, a hub of high-quality Italian furniture and design companies, could launch the offer as soon as April, according to one of the sources.
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Citigroup's Long Position In H-Shares Of COSCO Shipping Energy Transportation Rises To 6.0% - Filing

BRIEF-Citigroup's Long Position In H-Shares Of COSCO Shipping Energy Transportation Rises To 6.0% - Filing Jan 27 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stock exchange filing: CITIGROUP INC'S LONG POSITION IN H-SHARES OF COSCO SHIPPING ENERGY TRANSPORTATION 1138.HK INCREASED TO 6.0% ON JAN 18 FROM 5.86% - HKEX FILING Source text Further company coverage: 1138.HK Re
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WhatsApp lesson reaches Wall Street by snail mail

BREAKINGVIEWS-WhatsApp lesson reaches Wall Street by snail mail The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. By John Foley NEW YORK, Jan 26 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Morgan Stanley MS.N is embracing the Pottery Barn rule: You break it, you pay for it. The Wall Street firm has docked the pay of employees who flouted rules on using personal messaging apps – a collective misdeed that cost the investment bank $200 million in fines.
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