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Shanghai 2,420.18 +29.10 (1.22%)
S&P 500 2,012.11 +17.46 (0.88%)
Nikkei 225 16,413.76 +755.56 (4.83%)
Hang Seng Index 23,998.06 +296.02 (1.25%)
TSEC 8,974.76 +86.69 (0.98%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,110.24 +74.34 (2.45%)
CAC 40 4,239.77 +98.53 (2.38%)
S&P TSX 14,458.69 0.00 (0.00%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,526.60 +50.40 (0.92%)
BSE Sensex 27,865.83 +519.50 (1.90%)
TA25 1,424.37 -9.66 (-0.67%)
KOSPI 1,964.43 +5.50 (0.28%)
SMI 8,836.16 +117.13 (1.34%)
ATX 2,214.29 +22.00 (1.00%)
IBOVESPA 52,720.49 +383.66 (0.73%)
SET 1,584.16 +18.81 (1.20%)
BIST100 80,474.28 +575.66 (0.72%)
IBEX 10,475.50 +211.80 (2.06%)
WIG 53,919.78 +427.78 (0.80%)
TASI 10,034.92
MERVAL 9,335.34 0.00 (0.00%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5960 -0.0039 (-0.24%)
GBP/EUR 1.2754 +0.0065 (0.52%)
GBP/JPY 178.8073 +4.0518 (2.32%)
GBP/HKD 12.3798 -0.0282 (-0.23%)
GBP/CNY 9.7565 -0.0260 (-0.27%)
GBP/AUD 1.8172 +0.0048 (0.26%)
RBS takes 400 million pound forex hit and warns more to come
LONDON (Reuters) - State-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) has set aside 400 million pounds ($640 million) to cover potential fines for manipulating currency markets and warned further charges for past misconduct would continue to hit its profits.
RBS Sets Aside $640 Million to Cover Forex Probes  
RBS reports Q3 profit but warns of further misconduct costs  
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(Noon): The London market was up more than 1%, buoyed by strong company results and news of a stimulus boost from the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
Eurozone inflation rose slightly in October, but it was not enough to alleviate fears that the single currency could be heading for deflation.
One hundred years after the outbreak of World War I, U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced plans to repay some of the debt issued to help finance the conflict.
WPP founder Sir Martin Sorrell has warned that the Ebola epidemic, the rise of Islamic State and unrest in Hong Kong are �grinding down� confidence among major advertisers.
Household suppliers defend their refusal to slash bills in a year when gas costs have tumbled by almost a quarter. 11:54, UK, Friday 31 October 2014.

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