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Shanghai 4,441.66 -34.96 (-0.78%)
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Nikkei 225 19,531.63 +11.62 (0.06%)
Hang Seng Index 28,133.00 -267.34 (-0.94%)
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EURO STOXX 50 3,615.59 -1.52 (-0.04%)
CAC 40 5,046.49 +7.10 (0.14%)
S&P TSX 15,339.77 +115.25 (0.76%)
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BSE Sensex 27,011.31 -214.62 (-0.79%)
TA25 1,634.32 -10.53 (-0.64%)
SMI 9,077.12 -27.93 (-0.31%)
ATX 2,586.33
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SET 1,526.74 +4.27 (0.28%)
BIST100 83,947.04 -2,031.40 (-2.36%)
IBEX 11,385.00 +6.10 (0.05%)
WIG 56,477.69 -81.71 (-0.14%)
TASI 9,764.24 -70.25 (-0.71%)
MERVAL 11,020.81 -190.41 (-1.70%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5138 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/EUR 1.3517 +0.0001 (0.00%)
GBP/JPY 181.9723 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/HKD 11.7336 -0.0021 (-0.02%)
GBP/CNY 9.4065 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/AUD 1.9282 0.0000 (0.00%)
HSBC's HQ rethink: taxes and China relationship hold key to decision
In 1990, an assessment called Project Rainbow paved the way for HSBC to move from Hong Kong to Britain. As Europe's biggest bank now considers moving back, the same exercise offers clues to its final decision, say industry sources and analysts.
No bigger player of financial regulation arbitrage than HSBC  
HSBC to put aside millions for fines  
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McDonald's lost a million customers last year and profits went with them. Photograph: David Levenson / Alamy/Alamy. Rupert Neate in New York.
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Herve Falciani, a former IT analyst from banking group HSBC who provided prosecutors with data on thousands of accounts which led to a tax evasion probe by European authorities, poses during his meeting with Pablo Iglesias (not pictured), ...
Global factors will weigh on the Reserve Bank board tomorrow, with both unexpected weakness in the US and the continuing quantitative easing programs of Europe and Japan putting unwelcome upward pressure on the Australian dollar.
Greece and its international creditors are still far apart on key elements of the country's bailout agenda after four days of intensive negotiations.

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