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Jun 1, 2010

NASDAQ: Market News & Analysis .- June 1rst. 2010

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CNBC : Evening Brief: BP Tries New Plan to Control Spill as Criminal Probe Begins. June 1rst., 2010


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BBC: Business.- Leak woes push BP shares down 13% . Last up dated at 2302 GMT. June 1rst., 2010


Page last updated at 23:02 GMT, Tuesday, 1 June 2010 00:02 UK

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BP shares fall 13% as its oil well continues to leak, and the US government starts a criminal investigation.

Pru 'fails in attempt to buy AIA'
UK insurer Prudential has failed in its bid to buy AIA, the Asian unit of US group AIG, the BBC understands.

US shares fall on BP probe fears
US shares decline after the US government says it has launched a criminal investigation into BP's oil spill.


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