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UPDATE 1-Norway oil fund could sell coal-related shares worth $6.6 bln

OSLO, Sept 4- Norway's $828 billion sovereign wealth fund believes a new rule curtailing its investments in coal-dependent businesses could lead it to sell shares in companies across the world worth about 55 billion Norwegian crowns, it said on Friday. Around 120 companies are likely to be affected, it said in a letter to the country's finance ministry.
Source: Reuters
INTERVIEW-Lufthansa CEO says will "comfortably" achieve 2015 profit target

"We are positive that we will comfortably achieve our adjusted EBIT target of more than 1.5 billion euros this year," Carsten Spohr said in an interview at the group's main base in Frankfurt. Lufthansa is changing Germanwings, bringing it under the banner of its new budget unit, Eurowings, where it hopes to lower costs further in order to better compete with the...
Source: Reuters | By: Victoria Bryan and Alexander Hübner
UPDATE 1-Malaysia's FX reserves surprisingly rise in late August

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4- Malaysia's international reserves, which have slid this year as the central bank has supported the country's embattled currency, increased in the last two weeks of August, surprising economists. Currency reserves increased to $94.7 billion as of Aug. 28, Bank Negara Malaysia said on Friday, from $94.5 billion on Aug. 14- the lowest level since...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 2-AstraZeneca wins U.S. approval for longer use of blood thinner

*AstraZeneca targeting Brilinta sales of $3.5 bln by 2023. Sept 4- U.S. regulators have approved a new dose of AstraZeneca's blood thinner Brilinta for longer-term use in patients with a history of heart attacks, boosting prospects for a drug the company thinks will eventually sell $3.5 billion a year. The FDA approved Brilinta at a new 60 milligram dose to be...
Source: Reuters | By: Bill Berkrot and Ben Hirschler
Losses from Chinese port explosions seen at up to $3.3 bln

HONG KONG, Sept 4- Explosions in the Chinese port of Tianjin last month could generate insurance losses of up to $3.3 billion, reinsurance specialist Guy Carpenter& Company said in a report on Friday, nearly double what some analysts had originally thought. Guy Carpenter, the risk and reinsurance unit of Marsh& McLennan Co Inc, used high definition satellite...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 2-S.Africa's Implats plans $300 mln share sale, cuts capex

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 3- Impala Platinum plans to raise 4 billion rand in a share sale to fund the development of two shafts at its strike-ridden South African operations, the company said on Thursday, sending its shares tumbling to 12- year lows. Impala, along with rivals Lonmin and Anglo American Platinum, is still recovering from 2014' s record five-month strike...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-S.Africa's Implats plans $300 mln equity cash call, FY profit plunges

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 3- Impala Platinum plans to raise 4 billion rand to fund the development of two shafts at its strike-ridden South African operations, the company said on Thursday, news that sent shares tumbling to 12- year lows. Impala, along with rivals Lonmin and Anglo American Platinum, is still recovering from last year's record five-month strike that...
Source: Reuters | By: Zandi Shabalala
DIARY- Government Debt Auctions to Oct 29

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Source: Reuters
Investors step up scrutiny on security start-ups

Cybersecurity entrepreneurs in recent years have had an easy time raising money. This time, not so. New York Times reports.
Source: The New York Times | By: Nicole Perlroth
UPDATE 3-Tesco prefers MBK's $6.6 bln bid for S.Korean business - sources

SEOUL/ HONG KONG, Sept 2- Tesco has picked private equity firm MBK Partners as preferred bidder to buy its South Korean unit for as much as $6.6 billion, sources said, as the British supermarket retreats from overseas and focuses on revitalising its domestic business. In what would be the largest-ever private equity deal in Asia, MBK bid around 7.8 trillion won, one...
Source: Reuters | By: Joyce Lee and Kane Wu