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Aug 28 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,232.35 +148.76 (4.82%)
S&P 500 1,988.87 +1.21 (0.06%)
Nikkei 225 19,136.32 +561.88 (3.03%)
Hang Seng Index 21,612.39 -226.15 (-1.04%)
TSEC 8,019.18 +194.63 (2.49%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,286.59 +5.81 (0.18%)
CAC 40 4,675.13 +16.95 (0.36%)
S&P TSX 13,865.07 +98.40 (0.71%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,263.60 +30.30 (0.58%)
BSE Sensex 26,392.38 +161.19 (0.61%)
TA25 1,596.56 +5.37 (0.34%)
SMI 8,785.10 -27.48 (-0.31%)
ATX 2,335.89 -13.56 (-0.58%)
IBOVESPA 47,153.87 -561.41 (-1.18%)
SET 1,365.94 +7.91 (0.58%)
BIST100 74,641.60 -171.88 (-0.23%)
IBEX 10,352.90 +62.70 (0.61%)
WIG 50,972.44 +606.35 (1.20%)
TASI 7,604.32
MERVAL 10,292.81 +52.46 (0.51%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5392 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/EUR 1.3767 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/JPY 187.3607 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/HKD 11.9308 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/CNY 9.8350 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/AUD 2.1483 0.0000 (0.00%)
Hsbc vows 275000 payments hit by glitch processed by this morning
HSBC has said all of the 275,000 payments held up by a glitch today would be processed by this morning. The failure yesterday left many workers without their monthly salaries going into the Bank Holiday weekend.
HSBC processes '99%' of delayed salary payments  
IT glitch means hundreds of thousands of HSBC customers haven't been paid  
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Nearly �115billion has been wiped off the value of Britain's leading companies since the start of August in the worst month for savers for more than three years.
Jackson Hole (US): The Federal Reserve on Friday left the door open to a September interest rate hike even while several US central bank officials acknowledged that turmoil in financial markets, if prolonged, could delay the first policy tightening in ...
Net trade boosted GDP by one percentage point in the second quarter - the biggest contribution from trade in four years - as exports jumped.
One week. Two nations. Two dramatically different approaches to enabling people to tap renewable energy in their homes. In the US on Monday, Barack Obama announced a $1 billion programme to increase the number of homes with solar panels.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Friday. (Reuters photo). - +. NEW YORK - Top global markets ended the week Friday largely recovered from China-induced panic selling, but market watchers remain worried the ...

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