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Feb 20 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,239.96 +37.89 (1.18%)
S&P 500 2,351.16 +3.94 (0.17%)
Nikkei 225 19,251.08 +16.46 (0.09%)
Hang Seng Index 24,146.08 +112.34 (0.47%)
TSEC 9,753.20 -26.72 (-0.27%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,312.39 +3.58 (0.11%)
CAC 40 4,864.99 -2.59 (-0.05%)
S&P TSX 15,838.63 -25.54 (-0.16%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,795.10 -10.70 (-0.18%)
BSE Sensex 28,661.58 +192.83 (0.68%)
SMI 8,514.52 +8.03 (0.09%)
ATX 2,805.81 +7.54 (0.27%)
IBOVESPA 68,497.75 +749.33 (1.11%)
SET 1,578.47 +0.63 (0.04%)
BIST100 88,587.66 -242.75 (-0.27%)
IBEX 9,526.60 +26.30 (0.28%)
WIG 58,120.83 +148.15 (0.26%)
TASI 7,071.90 -68.28 (-0.96%)
MERVAL 18,458.66 +224.69 (1.23%)
IPC 47,212.69 +47.98 (0.10%)
IDX Composite 5,359.29 +8.36 (0.16%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.2460 +0.0031 (0.25%)
GBP/EUR 1.1740 +0.0047 (0.40%)
GBP/JPY 140.9788 +0.9516 (0.68%)
GBP/HKD 9.6718 +0.0246 (0.25%)
GBP/CNY 8.5727 +0.0452 (0.53%)
GBP/AUD 1.6221 +0.0006 (0.03%)
FTSE CLOSE: Footsie finishes flat as Unilever tumbles 7%; Wall Street closed ...
15:30: The Footsie has remained in the red, with Kraft's withdrawal from Unilever dragging on London's premier index. By late afternoon the FTSE 100 index was down 10 points at 7,290.1, while the US was closed for Presidents' Day.
FTSE 100 weaker in directionless trading  
Unilever shares fall 7pc after Kraft Heinz backs down  
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Top stories

The business secretary, Greg Clark, has told MPs that Vauxhall workers in Luton and Ellesmere Port have no reason to fear for their jobs.
Euro zone finance ministers will discuss on Monday what reforms Greece must make to release new loans from the bloc's governments and get the International Monetary Fund to join the bailout.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has ripped up plans to sell its branch network just days before it publishes results for 2016. If its Treasury-backed idea is sanctioned by the European Union (EU), the added clarity will make RBS far more attractive to ...
LONDON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - British builder Bovis said it will slow construction this year as it moves to improve the quality of its homes, after a backlash from some buyers helped push down profits in 2016 with a further fall expected this year.
Estate agents said buyer interest was significantly diminished if properties were priced more than 5% too high. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images.

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