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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 03/Jun/2013, 10:45

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said it supported the tactics adopted by George Osborne to tackle Britain’s public finances.

A parliamentary committee criticised the Office of Fair Trading for failing to clamp down on payday lenders. The public accounts committee said the watchdog had allowed “disgraceful” practices to take place and branded it “ineffective and timid”.

Niall Booker, a veteran of HSBC, was appointed chief executive of the Co-operative Group’s banking arm.

Club Med, the French holiday company, was acquired by its management in a 541m Euro (£462m) deal backed by Axa Private Equity and Fosun International, a Chinese Investor.

Astra Zeneca acquired Omthera, an American drugs company that is developing a treatment for heart disease based on fish oils, in a deal worth up to £300m. Astra Zeneca’s bigger British rival Glaxo Smith Kline, announced it was spending 250m euro to purchase a Swiss vaccine technology business.

Ryanair hit some turbulence in its attempts to buy Aer Lingus after a preliminary ruling by the Competition Commission found that the former’s 30% stake in the Irish carrier might reduce competition on routes between Ireland and Britain.

De La Rue, the banknote printer, said it would embark on a cost-cutting drive that would save £40m.

Sports Direct, the retailer founded by Mike Ashley, acquired businesses in Austria and the Baltics.

Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, defended the tech giant’s use of tax loopholes and said the American government should rethink the tax system.

Royal Mail has appointed Goldman Sachs and UBS, the investment banks, to work on the proposed privatisation of the postal service.

Jaguar Land Rover, the luxury car maker, announced record annual profits of £1.7bn.

Smith’s Group confirmed that it had received a bid approach for its medical division, which could fetch more than £2bn.

Kingfisher, parent company of the B&Q do-it-yourself chain, said it had suffered a 4.2% fall in like-for-like sales during the 13 weeks to May 4.

The Jockey Club announce that it had secured almost £25m from issuing bonds to help finance the redevelopment of Cheltenham racecourse – far more than the £15m original planned.

The British Chambers of Commerce lifted its growth forecast for the country’s economy from 0.6% to 0.9% this year.

Lloyds banking group raise £3.3bn from the sale of American mortgage-backed bonds.  

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