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First Abu Dhabi Bank still eyeing potential offer for StanChart -Bloomberg News

First Abu Dhabi Bank still eyeing potential offer for StanChart -Bloomberg News Feb 9 (Reuters) - First Abu Dhabi Bank FAB.AD , the United Arab Emirates' biggest lender, is still considering a potential offer for Britain's Standard Chartered STAN.L , Bloomberg News reported on Thursday. Reporting by Sinchita Mitra in Bengaluru; Editing by Dhanya An
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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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UAE's Emirates Islamic Bank prices 3-yr, 1 bln dirham-denominated sukuk

UAE's Emirates Islamic Bank prices 3-yr, 1 bln dirham-denominated sukuk DUBAI, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Emirates Islamic Bank, majority-owned by Emirates NBD ENBD.DU - Dubai's biggest lender - priced a three-year 1 billion dirham ($272.26 million) Islamic bond, or sukuk, on Wednesday, fixed income news service IFR reported. The local currency sukuk was priced at 5.05%, tighter than initial guidance of 5.25%, after orders topped 2.5 billion dirhams.
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Gautam Adani’s woes were in banks' plain sight

RPT-BREAKINGVIEWS-Gautam Adani’s woes were in banks' plain sight The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are her own. Refiles to add coding. By Una Galani MUMBAI, Feb 8 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Gautam Adani’s recent woes have vindicated persistent doubts in India about the tycoon’s rise. With his eponymous group’s bonds trading at distressed levels, big international banks which bankrolled the 60-year-old’s debt-fuelled ascent face increasingly awkward
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Nine global banks invest $45 mln in carbon credit platform

Nine global banks invest $45 mln in carbon credit platform LONDON, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Nine global banks have invested a total of $45 million in a new platform to help scale up transactions of voluntary carbon credits and make it easier for their customers to participate in the market. Demand for carbon offsets, generated through projects such as tree planting or using cleaner cooking fuel, is expected to soar as companies seek to use the credits to help meet net-zero emissions goals.
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