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Fri, Sep 20 2019

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Liverpool port operator attracts bids from overseas funds - sources

LONDON Peel Ports, Britain's second largest port operator, has attracted bids for a stake of up to 25% from international funds, undeterred by worries about the country's scheduled departure from the European Union, two sources said.

Liverpool port operator attracts bids from overseas funds - sources

LONDON, Sept 19 Peel Ports, Britain's second largest port operator, has attracted bids for a stake of up to 25% from international funds, undeterred by worries about the country's scheduled departure from the European Union, two sources said.

UPDATE 3-Commerzbank aims to cut jobs, branches after Deutsche merger fails

* Investors want more than cost cuts - DSW lobby group (Adds investor comment, shares)

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Commerzbank considers sale of Polish unit mBank: Handelsblatt

BERLIN Germany's Commerzbank is considering selling its Polish subsidiary mBank as part of a new strategy, daily Handelsblatt reported on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Commerzbank considers sale of Polish unit mBank - Handelsblatt

* Bank has been mulling strategy after failed Deutsche merger

KKR, Deutsche Bank, plan $2.5 billion listing of Australian lender: sources

SYDNEY Latitude Financial's second attempt to list its shares could be the largest share float in Australia for five years, with an expected value for the non-bank lender of about A$3.7 billion ($2.51 billion), two sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 2-KKR, Deutsche Bank, plan $2.5 bln listing of Australian lender - sources

* If successful, will be largest Australian IPO for five years

Commerzbank mulls selling Polish unit M-bank - Handelsblatt

BERLIN, Sept 20 Germany's Commerzbank is considering selling its Polish subsidiary M-Bank as part of a new strategy plan, daily Handelsblatt reported on Friday.

Australia's Latitude Financial to list in $2.5 bln IPO -sources

SYDNEY, Sept 20 Australia's Latitude Financial is planning to list on the local bourse in an IPO that could value the non-bank lender at about A$3.7 billion ($2.51 billion) in by far the country's largest of the year, two sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 6-Trump sues Manhattan prosecutor over tax returns, says immune from criminal probe

NEW YORK, Sept 19 Donald Trump sued Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Thursday, seeking to void a subpoena for eight years of tax returns related to a criminal probe into the U.S. president and his family business.

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