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Wed, Jun 29 2016

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Siemens raises synergy target for Dresser-Rand, Rolls Energy units

FRANKFURT German industrial group Siemens has raised its synergies target for the benefits of combining Dresser-Rand and Rolls-Royce Energy with its own compressor and turbine business serving the oil and gas industry to about 365 million euros ($406 million) from about 200 million euros originally.

UPDATE 1-Siemens raises synergy target for Dresser-Rand, Rolls Energy units

* Dresser-Rand to contribute extra 100 mln, Rolls Royce 65 mln

Rolls-Royce says long-term Brexit impact depends on relationships

LONDON Britain's Rolls-Royce Holdings said the medium- and long-term effect of Britain's departure from the European Union will depend on the relationships established between the United Kingdom, the EU and the rest of the world in coming years.

UPDATE 4-UK's Osborne faces rebellion over Brexit emergency budget

* Rolls-Royce warns Brexit would put investments on hold (Updates with new Osborne quotes, Corbyn, previous LONDON)

UPDATE 1-Rolls-Royce tells British staff EU membership is best for company

LONDON, June 15 The chief executive of Rolls-Royce has told his British staff that the aerospace and industrial power engineering group is better off in the EU, warning that leaving could result in some investment decisions being put on hold.

Rolls-Royce tells UK staff EU membership is best for company

LONDON The chief executive of Britain's Rolls-Royce has written to its UK staff to tell them the engineering company is better off in the EU, warning that Brexit could result in some decisions being put on hold.

Rolls-Royce tells UK staff EU membership is best for company

LONDON, June 15 The chief executive of Britain's Rolls-Royce has written to its UK staff to tell them the engineering company is better off in the EU, warning that Brexit could result in some decisions being put on hold.

UPDATE 1-British fraud investigator widens Rolls-Royce probe to Nigeria - FT

LONDON, May 19 Britain's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has widened its investigation into Rolls-Royce to examine allegations of suspected bribery in Nigeria, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.

BRIEF-Rolls-Royce CFO says no need for rights issue

* Ceo says interim dividend for 2016 also halved, 2016 final dividend under review

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