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Shanghai 4,476.21 -51.18 (-1.13%)
S&P 500 2,113.09 +4.17 (0.20%)
Nikkei 225 20,058.95 +75.63 (0.38%)
Hang Seng Index 28,442.75 +9.16 (0.03%)
TSEC 9,956.83 -16.29 (-0.16%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,715.42 -56.03 (-1.49%)
CAC 40 5,173.38 -95.53 (-1.81%)
S&P TSX 15,340.73 -3.35 (-0.02%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,948.50 -34.20 (-0.57%)
BSE Sensex 27,396.38 +219.39 (0.81%)
TA25 1,659.99 -24.47 (-1.45%)
SMI 9,259.81 -89.37 (-0.96%)
ATX 2,646.67 -15.03 (-0.56%)
IBOVESPA 55,725.53 +191.03 (0.34%)
SET 1,531.53 -17.30 (-1.12%)
BIST100 86,209.46 -192.39 (-0.22%)
IBEX 11,607.70 -32.50 (-0.28%)
WIG 56,993.20 -67.77 (-0.12%)
TASI 9,713.07 +2.14 (0.02%)
MERVAL 11,259.03 +118.80 (1.07%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5322 +0.0098 (0.65%)
GBP/EUR 1.3972 -0.0025 (-0.18%)
GBP/JPY 182.1605 +0.8058 (0.44%)
GBP/HKD 11.8745 +0.0763 (0.65%)
GBP/CNY 9.5080 +0.0430 (0.45%)
GBP/AUD 1.9128 -0.0221 (-1.14%)
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AstraZeneca was left looking under the weather as traders fretted that its diabetes drug faced stiff competition from a rival. Shares in the FTSE 100 pharmaceuticals giant slumped 157�p, or 3.3pc, to �45.48 after American drugs group Merck announced that ...
A UK financial trader accused of contributing to the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash" is due to appear in court again on Wednesday.
Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered (2888) reported a 22 percent drop in profits in the first quarter yesterday as losses from bad loans jumped 80 percent from a year ago and trading conditions remained challenging.
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (right) speaks to supporters and members of the media in the garden of the party's constituency office in Rhiwbina, Britain yesterday.
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