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First Abu Dhabi Bank could renew $35 billion offer for StanChart -Bloomberg News

UPDATE 2-First Abu Dhabi Bank could renew $35 billion offer for StanChart -Bloomberg News Adds background By Lawrence White LONDON, Feb 9 (Reuters) - First Abu Dhabi Bank FAB.AD (FAB), the United Arab Emirates' biggest lender, could renew a potential offer for Britain's Standard Chartered STAN.L , once lock-up rules from its previous aborted bid expire, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday.
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Solar tech firm Nextracker raises $638 mln in upsized U.S. IPO

Solar tech firm Nextracker raises $638 mln in upsized U.S. IPO Feb 8 (Reuters) - Solar technology firm Nextracker raised $638 million in its U.S. IPO, pricing it slightly higher than its indicated target range, parent company Flex Ltd FLEX.O said in a statement on Wednesday, adding that the number of shares sold was increased. Nextracker sold 26.6 million shares of its Class A common stock at $24 apiece, according to the statement, giving the Fremont, California-based company a valuation of over
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Jeffrey Epstein's banks seek to end accusers' lawsuits

UPDATE 1-Jeffrey Epstein's banks seek to end accusers' lawsuits Adds statement from lawyer for plaintiffs By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, Feb 8 (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM.N and Deutsche Bank AG DBKGn.DE called on a U.S. judge to dismiss lawsuits by victims of Jeffrey Epstein who accused the banks of enabling the late financier's sexual abuses.
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India's Adani faced margin call on $1.1 bln loan before repaying in full - FT

UPDATE 1-India's Adani faced margin call on $1.1 bln loan before repaying in full - FT Adds details on loan prepayment, background Feb 8 (Reuters) - Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani faced a margin call of more than $500 million on a $1.1 billion share-backed loan, prompting him to repay the whole debt, the Financial Times reported, citing four people with direct knowledge of the matter.
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Jeffrey Epstein's banks seek to end accusers' lawsuits

Jeffrey Epstein's banks seek to end accusers' lawsuits By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, Feb 8 (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM.N and Deutsche Bank AG DBKGn.DE called on a U.S. judge to dismiss lawsuits by victims of Jeffrey Epstein who accused the banks of enabling the late financier's sexual abuses. Both requests were filed on Tuesday night in Manhattan federal court, in proposed class action lawsuits by unnamed victims seeking financial damages.
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