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Shanghai 2,763.49 -17.53 (-0.63%)
S&P 500 1,852.21 -1.23 (-0.07%)
Nikkei 225 15,713.39 -372.05 (-2.31%)
Hang Seng Index 19,288.17 +105.08 (0.55%)
TSEC 8,063.00 -68.24 (-0.84%)
EURO STOXX 50 2,812.26 +75.76 (2.77%)
CAC 40 4,091.12 +93.58 (2.34%)
S&P TSX 12,282.65 -252.75 (-2.02%)
S&P/ASX 200 4,775.70 -56.40 (-1.17%)
BSE Sensex 23,758.90 -262.08 (-1.09%)
TA25 1,423.86 +5.96 (0.42%)
SMI 7,762.37 +179.10 (2.36%)
ATX 2,031.47 +59.44 (3.01%)
IBOVESPA 40,592.09 0.00 (0.00%)
SET 1,304.74 +0.78 (0.06%)
BIST100 71,961.57 +546.41 (0.77%)
IBEX 8,212.70 +285.10 (3.60%)
WIG 44,422.51 +415.64 (0.94%)
TASI 5,845.18 -28.46 (-0.48%)
MERVAL 12,846.93 +23.47 (0.18%)
IPC 42,399.19 -375.66 (-0.88%)
IDX Composite 4,732.48 -36.14 (-0.76%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.4499 +0.0036 (0.25%)
GBP/EUR 1.2893 +0.0077 (0.60%)
GBP/JPY 166.8669 +0.2641 (0.16%)
GBP/HKD 11.2988 +0.0253 (0.22%)
GBP/CNY 9.5339 +0.1517 (1.62%)
GBP/AUD 2.0423 -0.0050 (-0.24%)
Pinewood puts �250m sale on agenda for new hire Rothschild
Pinewood Group, the UK film studio behind Star Wars and James Bond, has opened the door to a �250m sale as it seeks ways to fund its growth ambitions.
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LONDON British industrial output suffered its sharpest monthly drop in December since 2012 as warmer than usual weather curbed demand for electricity and gas and manufacturing continued its decline, denting hopes for improvement this year.
London-based explorer Tullow Oil is planning to slash capital expenditure by two-thirds by 2017 after reporting its second consecutive annual loss.
Signs of a turnaround at Tesco propel supermarket towards the top of the FTSE 100, which snaps three-day losing streak. Markets. Other markets.
Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Swiss bank Credit Suisse, said banks are in a better shape than during the financial crisis. Photograph: Ennio Leanza/AP.
TOKYO Asian stocks fell on Wednesday on growing concerns about the health of the world's banks, particularly in Europe, pushing investors into safer assets such as the yen, which stood near a 15-month high versus the dollar.

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