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News roundup: Main stories at lunchtime

Markets storm back but euro certainty remains; retail sales fall but Tesco continues expansion; Irish technology companies create jobs; Etihad still eyeing up Aer Lingus.

28th November, 2011
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* Germany isn’t working on plans for joint bond sales by the euro area’s AAA-rated countries and isn’t discussing the idea with Finland or the Netherlands, the Finance Ministry said, denying a report by the Die Welt newspaper.

* The International Monetary Fund said it isn’t discussing a rescue package with Italy and Japan said no such talks have occurred within the Group of Seven, amid concern that Italy will...

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