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Nikkei 225 20,225.09 +71.74 (0.36%)
Hang Seng Index 25,839.99 -31.90 (-0.12%)
TSEC 10,512.06 -1.90 (-0.02%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,548.24 -13.52 (-0.38%)
CAC 40 5,264.86 -30.89 (-0.58%)
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ATX 3,088.24 +0.79 (0.03%)
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IBEX 10,688.90 -7.70 (-0.07%)
WIG 61,762.63 +61.06 (0.10%)
TASI 7,425.72 +90.85 (1.24%)
MERVAL 21,297.04 +230.90 (1.10%)
IPC 49,165.67 +184.89 (0.38%)
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EU fines Google €2.4bn over abuse of search dominance
Brussels has hit Google with a €2.42bn antitrust fine for abusing its dominance in search, a decision with potentially far-reaching implications for both the tech sector and already strained transatlantic relations.
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