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Goldman Sachs raised its price targets on BP to 376p from 364p and $34.5 from $33.1, respectively, following the company's settlement over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, but retained its 'sell' rating on the stock saying the fundamentals remain challenged.
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As Greeks prepare to head to the polls on Sunday, HSBC outlined possible scenarios that could follow both a 'yes' and a 'no' vote in the referendum. 3 hours ago
UK stocks slipped on a quiet Friday, with US markets closed ahead of the Fourth of July holiday and as investor sentiment remained driven by Sunday's upcoming referendum in Greece. 1 hour ago
China's sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corporation said investment returns fell to 5.47% in 2014 from 9.33% in 2014. 2 hours ago
European stocks slipped on Friday, with investors cautious ahead of Sunday's Greek referendum, in what is likely to be a fairly quiet session as US markets will be closed for the Independence Day holiday. 2 hours ago
Dublin-headquartered miner Kenmare Resources has announced that operations at its flagship Moma titanium project in Mozambique have returned to normal. 2 hours ago
Goldman Sachs raised its price targets on BP to 376p from 364p and $34.5 from $33.1, respectively, following the company's settlement over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, but retained its 'sell' rating on the stock saying the fundamentals remain challenged. 3 hours ago
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