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Provident Financial plans return of doorstep lending bonuses from August- memo

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Georgian homeowners tempt tourists with free stays and wine after unrest

TBILISI, June 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Patriotic Georgian homeowners are making use of their property in an unusual way - by inviting strangers to stay for free, amid fears that a spat with Russia will hurt the country's economy.

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Brazil med school network Afya aims to raise $250 mln in U.S. IPO -sources

SAO PAULO, June 25 Brazilian medical education group Afya SA hopes to raise at least $250 million in an initial public offering, three sources with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday, the latest in a series of South American companies to seek U.S. listings.

UPDATE 2-No-deal Brexit unlikely to go into Bank of England forecasts -Carney

LONDON, June 26 Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the BoE would only cut its economic forecasts to reflect the risk of a no-deal Brexit if Britain's next prime minister makes leaving the European Union without a transition agreement his preferred policy.

Currencies, Bonds, Markets, 8:10am EDT

Sri Lanka shares recover from 2-week low on block trade; rupee slips

COLOMBO, June 26 Sri Lankan shares snapped a four-session losing streak to end tad firmer on Wednesday on block trading of select shares, bouncing back from a two-week low hit on the previous day, while the rupee fell on importers' dollar demand, market sources said. ** The benchmark stock index ended 0.11% higher at 5,348.57, recovering from its lowest closing level since June 11 hit on Tuesday. It fell 0.38% last week and is down 11.63% so far this year. ** Foreigners sold on a net

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