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May 1 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 4,480.46 +38.81 (0.87%)
S&P 500 2,114.49 +6.20 (0.29%)
Nikkei 225 19,531.63
Hang Seng Index 28,123.82 -9.18 (-0.03%)
TSEC 9,845.04 +24.99 (0.25%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,632.94 +17.35 (0.48%)
CAC 40 5,081.97 +35.48 (0.70%)
S&P TSX 15,367.47 +27.70 (0.18%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,827.50 0.00 (0.00%)
BSE Sensex 27,490.59 +479.28 (1.77%)
TA25 1,643.91 +9.59 (0.59%)
SMI 9,095.82 +18.70 (0.21%)
ATX 2,614.09
IBOVESPA 57,353.98 +1,124.60 (2.00%)
SET 1,526.74
BIST100 84,018.92 +71.88 (0.09%)
IBEX 11,429.10 +44.10 (0.39%)
WIG 56,699.49
TASI 9,787.00
MERVAL 11,239.18 +218.37 (1.98%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5119 -0.0028 (-0.18%)
GBP/EUR 1.3562 -0.0002 (-0.02%)
GBP/JPY 181.6147 -0.0103 (-0.01%)
GBP/HKD 11.7212 +0.0005 (0.00%)
GBP/CNY 9.3900 +0.0002 (0.00%)
GBP/AUD 1.9280 +0.0002 (0.01%)
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks gain on factory data bund yields rise
NEW YORK, May 4 (Reuters) - Global equity markets rose on Monday, lifted by the biggest gain in U.S. factory orders in eight months and solid manufacturing data in Germany, while German bund yields gained as investors shook off deflation fears.
Global rise aided by US factory order data  
Europe Stocks Climb After Weekly Drop as Syngenta Gains With DAX  
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Reuters - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker addresses the European Parliament during a debate on the latest tragedies in the Mediterranean and E.U.
McDonald's new chief executive has admitted that the world's largest fast-food chain must improve if the business is to turn around one of the worst periods in its 60-year history.
Sir Terry Leahy's investment vehicle is in talks with Chinese buyers about putting together a �2billion bid for New Look, according to reports tonight.
Municipal authorities in Greece have begun writing contracts for �payments in euros or any national Greek currency� in anticipation of �Grexit� as the government admitted yesterday that the country was running out of cash.
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