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Shanghai 3,108.60 +51.07 (1.67%)
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Nikkei 225 17,621.40 +411.35 (2.39%)
Hang Seng Index 23,116.63 +284.42 (1.25%)
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EURO STOXX 50 3,128.64 -25.13 (-0.80%)
CAC 40 4,231.50 -17.99 (-0.42%)
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S&P/ASX 200 5,338.60 +127.80 (2.45%)
BSE Sensex 27,371.84 +245.27 (0.90%)
TA25 1,481.88 +13.68 (0.93%)
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ATX 2,125.59 +11.92 (0.56%)
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IBEX 10,267.90 -123.40 (-1.19%)
WIG 51,366.76 -372.28 (-0.72%)
TASI 8,320.54
MERVAL 7,206.75 -81.57 (-1.12%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5626 -0.0042 (-0.27%)
GBP/EUR 1.2730 -0.0019 (-0.15%)
GBP/JPY 186.4272 +0.0530 (0.03%)
GBP/HKD 12.1156 -0.0372 (-0.31%)
GBP/CNY 9.7162 -0.0172 (-0.18%)
GBP/AUD 1.9104 -0.0077 (-0.40%)
UK public finances improve in November, helped by forex fine
LONDON, (Reuters) - Britain's public finances improved sharply in November, official data showed on Friday, helped by a fine on banks hit by a foreign exchange trading scandal.
Banking misdeeds help cut Britain's public finance deficit  
UK government borrowing lower than expected in November  
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LONDON (Reuters) - The FTSE 100 was on track for its biggest weekly gain in two years on Friday, led by recent laggards such as insurer Aviva and media group WPP, as analysts recommended snapping up battered shares after a recent selloff.
Apple has written a letter to its UK staff over "deeply offensive" allegations made by the BBC's Panorama programme that the company mistreats workers in its Chinese factories.
Petrol prices have fallen 6.6p a litre in the last three months marking the third biggest monthly fall in quarter of a century, according to the latest AA fuel price report.
House prices will rise over the course of next year as a direct result of the overhaul of stamp duty announced at the autumn statement, while house builders will also benefit from a rush of investors seeking exposure to the sector, two surveys have predicted.
LONDON (Reuters) - British households will pay nearly 1 billion pounds to help guarantee the country's electricity supply in 2018/19, after a government auction determined who will provide backup power capacity.

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