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Feb 10 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 2,763.49 -17.53 (-0.63%)
S&P 500 1,851.86 -0.35 (-0.02%)
Nikkei 225 15,713.39 -372.05 (-2.31%)
Hang Seng Index 19,288.17 0.00 (0.00%)
TSEC 8,063.00 -68.24 (-0.84%)
EURO STOXX 50 2,789.05 +52.55 (1.92%)
CAC 40 4,061.20 +63.66 (1.59%)
S&P TSX 12,185.72 -96.93 (-0.79%)
S&P/ASX 200 4,795.80 +20.10 (0.42%)
BSE Sensex 23,758.90 -262.08 (-1.09%)
TA25 1,422.49 +4.59 (0.32%)
SMI 7,731.93 +148.66 (1.96%)
ATX 2,001.60 +29.57 (1.50%)
IBOVESPA 40,376.58 -215.52 (-0.53%)
SET 1,304.74 +0.78 (0.06%)
BIST100 71,614.22 +199.06 (0.28%)
IBEX 8,143.70 +216.10 (2.73%)
WIG 43,858.58 -148.29 (-0.34%)
TASI 5,832.92 -40.72 (-0.69%)
MERVAL 12,838.34 -8.59 (-0.07%)
IPC 42,535.74 +136.55 (0.32%)
IDX Composite 4,732.48 -36.14 (-0.76%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.4543 +0.0021 (0.14%)
GBP/EUR 1.2889 +0.0016 (0.12%)
GBP/JPY 164.7875 +0.2810 (0.17%)
GBP/HKD 11.3319 +0.0162 (0.14%)
GBP/CNY 9.5603 +0.0131 (0.14%)
GBP/AUD 2.0416 -0.0034 (-0.17%)
Wall St, US dollar up as Yellen signals confidence
In 12.30pm trading in New York, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.3 percent, while the Nasdaq Composite Index climbed 1.6 percent.
S&P 500 erases gains on global growth fears; Europe stocks rise  
An early rally in stocks is mostly gone by the closing bell  
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Top stories

LONDON Feb 11 British property valuers reported a surge of activity on Thursday as property investors tried to beat an increase in transaction taxes on rental investments coming into force in April.
Twitter shares gyrated after-hours on Wednesday after user growth once again disappointed Wall Street, as chief executive Jack Dorsey promised to fix its “broken windows and confusing parts” that “inhibit usage and drive people away”.
London's top flight saw its gains limited as the US Federal Reserve warned it could slow the pace of future US interest rate rises.
Javid, the business secretary, said getting rid of the rule would lead to higher prices for UK consumers of steel. Photograph: Rex/Shutterstock.
When Google's European boss, Matt Brittin, appears before the House of Commons' Public Accounts Committee on Thursday he is likely to face a wave of indignant questioning from MPs.

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