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J Sainsbury PLC (SBRY.L)

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Mon, Jul 25 2016

BRIEF-Sainsbury says Home Retail-Sainsbury deal gets UK's FCA approval

* Satisfaction of regulatory condition in relation to Financial Conduct Authority

UK's CMA not to probe Sainsbury's Home Retail deal further

July 22 Britain's competition watchdog said it was not going to refer supermarket chain J Sainsbury Plc's 1.4 billion pound ($1.86 billion) takeover of Home Retail Plc for further investigation.

BRIEF-UK's CMA says not to investigate Sainsbury's acquisition of Home Retail

* Not to refer following merger to a phase 2 investigation anticipated acquisition by J Sainsbury Plc of Home Retail Group Plc Source text for Eikon:

Sainsbury's to create 900 jobs at first 'dark store'

LONDON Sainsbury's , Britain's second-biggest supermarket group, plans to create 900 jobs by 2020 in London at its first distribution center dedicated to online grocery orders, it said on Thursday.

Britain's Sainsbury's trials similar concept to Amazon's Prime Now

LONDON Sainsbury's, Britain's second largest supermarket group, is trialing a one hour home delivery service that is similar in concept to Amazon's 'Prime Now', it said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Pound fall will not necessarily mean higher prices -Sainsbury's CEO

LONDON, July 6 The fall in the British pound since Britain voted to leave the European Union will not necessarily mean higher prices for shoppers, the chief executive of supermarket Sainsbury's said on Wednesday.

Pound fall will not necessarily mean higher prices -Sainsbury's CEO

LONDON, July 6 The fall in the British pound since Britain voted to leave the European Union will not necessarily mean higher prices for shoppers, the chief executive of supermarket Sainsbury's said on Wednesday.

Sainsbury's says Brexit doesn't change rationale of Home Retail deal

LONDON The boss of Sainsbury's said the British supermarket remained convinced of the rationale of its proposed purchase of Argos-owner Home Retail despite increased economic uncertainty following the UK's vote to quit the European Union.

UPDATE 1-Sainsbury's says Brexit doesn't change rationale of Home Retail deal

* CEO says danger UK talking itself into recession (Adds detail, CEO, CFO comments)

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