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Shanghai 3,248.48 -31.06 (-0.95%)
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Nikkei 225 18,751.84 +48.24 (0.26%)
Hang Seng Index 24,193.04 -272.34 (-1.11%)
TSEC 9,595.09 -26.64 (-0.28%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,618.21 +34.77 (0.97%)
CAC 40 4,963.51 +46.16 (0.94%)
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TA25 1,529.78 +3.19 (0.21%)
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ATX 2,506.82 +41.29 (1.67%)
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BIST100 80,779.58 -1,287.65 (-1.57%)
IBEX 11,124.40 +73.10 (0.66%)
WIG 53,546.40 +384.48 (0.72%)
TASI 9,516.98 +54.39 (0.57%)
MERVAL 10,002.29 +227.20 (2.32%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5231 -0.0033 (-0.21%)
GBP/EUR 1.3825 +0.0049 (0.36%)
GBP/JPY 182.9856 +0.3683 (0.20%)
GBP/HKD 11.8149 -0.0219 (-0.19%)
GBP/CNY 9.5499 -0.0157 (-0.16%)
GBP/AUD 1.9633 +0.0121 (0.62%)
ECB bond-buying to start on Monday
The European Central Bank will launch its landmark quantitative easing programme on Monday with the first purchases of sovereign bonds to support an accelerating recovery in the eurozone.
Euro Drops Below $1.10 First Time Since 2003 Amid ECB Stimulus  
European Central Bank: Recovery is strengthening  
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The London market set another all-time high today as a large shareholder dividend highlighted further progress in the turnaround of insurer Aviva.
The Bank of England is seen, with a statue in the foreground, in the City of London December 16, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Toby Melville.
Residents across 17 of the UK's most rural areas with the highest fuel prices are to benefit from a 5 pence per litre fuel price cut from 31 May, with retailers able to register for the scheme from 1 April, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has ...
As the financial crisis unfolded in 2007, the Bank of England was in turmoil, facing a meltdown of the financial sector that many of its senior staff thought was impossible given their skill in controlling inflation during the previous decade.
AbbVie will spend about $21 billion to buy fellow drugmaker Pharmacyclics and add another major revenue producer to a portfolio that already includes the world's top-selling drug.

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