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Sept 25 - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening lower on Monday with Futures down 0.41%.

* AVIVA: British insurer Aviva said it had agreed to acquire the UK protection business of AIG for 460 million pounds ($563.09 million).

* ENTAIN: British gambling firm Entain said it expects third-quarter online net gaming revenue to be down by "high single digit percent" on a pro-forma basis, citing regulatory headwinds and slower-than-expected growth in Australia and Italy.

* ALDI: The UK arm of German discount supermarket Aldi said it would

increase its investment

in the period to end-2024 to 1.4 billion pounds as it reported a rise in profit in 2022.

* EU CAR GROUP: The European Union and Britain need to take

urgent action

to postpone rules for electric vehicles traded between the bloc and the UK that will trigger 10% tariffs, Europe's car industry group said on Monday.

* ISA: UK finance minister Jeremy Hunt is planning the

biggest shake-up

to Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) in years in an effort to persuade more people to take advantage of tax-free vehicles to back London-listed companies, the Financial Times reported on Friday.

* OIL: Oil prices rose as investors focused on a tighter supply outlook after Moscow issued a temporary ban on fuel exports while remaining wary of further rate hikes that could dampen demand.

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> Financial Times

> Other business headlines ($1 = 0.8169 pounds) (Reporting by Anchal Rana and Zainab Saifuddin Saifee in Bengaluru)