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Shanghai 3,232.35 +148.76 (4.82%)
S&P 500 1,988.87 +1.21 (0.06%)
Nikkei 225 19,136.32 +561.88 (3.03%)
Hang Seng Index 21,612.39 -226.15 (-1.04%)
TSEC 8,019.18 +194.63 (2.49%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,286.59 +5.81 (0.18%)
CAC 40 4,675.13 +16.95 (0.36%)
S&P TSX 13,865.07 +98.40 (0.71%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,263.60 +30.30 (0.58%)
BSE Sensex 26,392.38 +161.19 (0.61%)
TA25 1,596.56 +5.37 (0.34%)
SMI 8,785.10 -27.48 (-0.31%)
ATX 2,335.89 -13.56 (-0.58%)
IBOVESPA 47,153.87 -561.41 (-1.18%)
SET 1,365.94 +7.91 (0.58%)
BIST100 74,641.60 -171.88 (-0.23%)
IBEX 10,352.90 +62.70 (0.61%)
WIG 50,972.44 +606.35 (1.20%)
TASI 7,604.32
MERVAL 10,292.81 +52.46 (0.51%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5392 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/EUR 1.3767 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/JPY 187.3607 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/HKD 11.9308 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/CNY 9.8350 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/AUD 2.1483 0.0000 (0.00%)
Hsbc vows 275000 payments hit by glitch processed by this morning
HSBC has said all of the 275,000 payments held up by a glitch today would be processed by this morning. The failure yesterday left many workers without their monthly salaries going into the Bank Holiday weekend.
HSBC processes '99%' of delayed salary payments  
IT glitch means hundreds of thousands of HSBC customers haven't been paid  
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Nearly �115billion has been wiped off the value of Britain's leading companies since the start of August in the worst month for savers for more than three years.
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. - The Federal Reserve may still go ahead and raise its benchmark interest rate in mid-September, Stanley Fischer, the Fed's vice chairman, said Friday.
Net trade boosted GDP by one percentage point in the second quarter - the biggest contribution from trade in four years - as exports jumped.
One week. Two nations. Two dramatically different approaches to enabling people to tap renewable energy in their homes. In the US on Monday, Barack Obama announced a $1 billion programme to increase the number of homes with solar panels.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Friday. (Reuters photo). - +. NEW YORK - Top global markets ended the week Friday largely recovered from China-induced panic selling, but market watchers remain worried the ...

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