* Aims to encourage banks to buy more government securities
LONDON, April 24 - Netherlands-based property firm Domus and its parent company are to sell up to 250.16 million euros ($345.96 million) of new and existing shares in an Amsterdam listing.
MADRID, April 24 - The cost for Spain to sell medium- and long-term debt fell to its lowest on record on Thursday as investors hunt for returns and after the Bank of Spain said economic output growth gained pace after two years of recession.
* Values firm at 2.4-2.8 bln euros including debt - source
(Adds Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining merger talks, Suedzucke acquistion plans)
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