July 29 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Rio Tinto in talks with SFO over bribery probe deal on.ft.com/312suPo
- TransferWise valued at $5bn in secondary share sale on.ft.com/3jQXFWr
- Moderna pitches virus vaccine at about $50-$60 per course on.ft.com/2BExd0X
- Hut Group appoints banks for possible IPO on.ft.com/3f84Shb
- Rio Tinto Plc is in talks with the UK’s Serious Fraud Office seeking a deferred prosecution agreement over a payment it made to a consultant working on a contentious iron ore deposit in Guinea.
- Cross-border payments group TransferWise said the company has sold $319 million worth of shares in a secondary share sale that values the London-based money transfer company at $5 billion.
- Moderna Inc is planning to price its coronavirus vaccine at $50 to $60 per course, higher than other vaccine makers have agreed to charge governments, according to people familiar with talks between the company and potential buyers.
- British online health and beauty retailer Hut Group which is valued at more than 4 billion pounds ($5.17 billion) has appointed a slate of investment banks ahead of a possible IPO this year, according to two people familiar with the process.
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