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Nikkei 225 19,652.88 -232.89 (-1.17%)
Hang Seng Index 27,653.12
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BIST100 82,417.73
IBEX 11,359.40 -252.30 (-2.17%)
WIG 55,459.57 -705.53 (-1.26%)
TASI 9,251.19
MERVAL 11,139.82 -153.77 (-1.36%)

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GBP/USD 1.4945 0.0000 (0.00%)
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Lew urges Greece to speed up reforms
US Treasury secretary Jack Lew warned on Friday that a full-blown crisis in Greece would cast a new cloud of uncertainty over the European and global economies, as he put pressure on Athens to come forward urgently with detailed reforms to its economy.
G20 is upbeat over global growth outlook  
US Urges Greece to Work Out Details  
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Activist investors this week scored a major victory after persuading most shareholders to back a resolution obliging BP to set out the potential cost of climate change to its business - but the company pointed out the risks of unilaterally embracing such an ...
The United Kingdom's jobless rate has fallen to 5.6 per cent, according to the last set of official figures before next month's General Election.
Poundland's �55m acquisition of 99p Stores faces a full competition investigation after the discount retailer refused to offer concessions to regulators.
For a massive computer glitch that halted trading in stock exchanges around the world yesterday is being blamed on a spilt fizzy drink.
Diageo has blamed tough conditions in emerging markets and subdued consumer demand for a fall in sales for the nine months ending 31 March.

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