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Lloyds offloads private equity unit

By Myles Neligan Full story

Companies reluctant to raise cash: RBC world survey

TORONTO (Reuters) - Senior executives from around the world are holding off on major fund-raising plans as they wait for global economies to stabilize further, a study by the Economist Intelligence Unit for Royal Bank of Canada <RY.TO> shows. Full story

Connecticut starts border war over NY hedge funds

Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell on Wednesday restarted her state's on-again, off-again border wars with New York by inviting hedge funds to relocate to escape rising income taxes. Full story

UK private equity takeovers surge past 2009 pace

Takeovers backed by private equity in Britain are running far ahead of last year's totals, despite a decline in activity in the second quarter, a report said Monday. Full story

More private equity deals in Q2, but hardly "mega"

By Jessica Hall and Denny Thomas Full story

YRC Worldwide sells part of business for $37M

Trucking company YRC Worldwide Inc. said Friday it will sell part of its logistics business to private equity investor Austin Ventures for $37 million. Full story

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  Senate Offers Strengthened Volcker Rule

The strengthened rule would allow minimum intervention in hedge funds and private equity, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.