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Apr 29 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 2,938.32 -7.27 (-0.25%)
S&P 500 2,065.30 -10.51 (-0.51%)
Nikkei 225 16,147.38 -518.67 (-3.11%)
Hang Seng Index 21,067.05 -320.98 (-1.50%)
TSEC 8,377.90 -95.97 (-1.13%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,033.10 +4.89 (0.16%)
CAC 40 4,440.69 +11.73 (0.26%)
S&P TSX 13,951.45 +65.02 (0.47%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,243.00 -9.20 (-0.18%)
BSE Sensex 25,449.50 -157.12 (-0.61%)
TA25 1,420.87 +7.03 (0.50%)
SMI 7,976.57 +15.72 (0.20%)
ATX 2,321.66 -7.76 (-0.33%)
IBOVESPA 53,910.51 0.00 (0.00%)
SET 1,404.61 +4.70 (0.34%)
BIST100 84,693.59 -634.20 (-0.74%)
IBEX 9,029.80 +4.10 (0.05%)
WIG 47,638.71 -3.28 (-0.01%)
TASI 6,684.31 -69.92 (-1.04%)
MERVAL 13,102.52 -24.60 (-0.19%)
IPC 45,784.77 +255.84 (0.56%)
IDX Composite 4,805.89 -32.70 (-0.68%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.4614 +0.0013 (0.09%)
GBP/EUR 1.2735 -0.0005 (-0.04%)
GBP/JPY 155.5201 +0.1026 (0.07%)
GBP/HKD 11.3388 +0.0108 (0.10%)
GBP/CNY 9.4637 +0.0154 (0.16%)
GBP/AUD 1.9204 +0.0023 (0.12%)
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Sir Philip Green will be challenged by MPs over the "enormous sums" taken out of BHS in dividend payments while the firm was heading towards a crash.
Tips in restaurants, hotels and bars should go to workers and not their employers, the government said in a report published on Monday.
The controversial billionaire Sports Direct boss is planning to rescue stricken BHS, vowing to save all jobs and stores. Mike Ashley, who also owns Newcastle United football club, is mulling over whether to make a formal offer to administrators.
The Nikkei 225 closed down 518.67 points, or 3.11 percent, at 16,147.38, after initially tumbling as much as 4.14 percent in early trade.
Euro zone factories did slightly better in April, with output not losing as much momentum as initially thought but growth in activity remaining weak despite the second-deepest price-cutting since early 2010, a survey showed on Monday.

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