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Trading in Sprouts Farmers Market ahead of report on merger raises eyebrows

Reuters Monday, 20 March 2017 ()
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Trading in Sprouts Farmers Market Inc's shares and options surged last week ahead of a report that the natural-foods retailer was the subject of merger talks, raising questions about whether news of a possible deal was leaked.
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Deutsche Bank’s shares fell sharply down in value on Monday after it announced details of the sale of new shares it needs to make to increase its capital reserves. Germany’s biggest lender is issuing eight billion euros worth at a steep discount to their price last week. By the end of Monday’s...

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