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Mar 5 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,248.48 -31.06 (-0.95%)
S&P 500 2,101.04 +2.51 (0.12%)
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%)
S&P TSX 15,103.11 +20.27 (0.13%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,904.20 0.00 (0.00%)
BSE Sensex 29,448.95 +68.22 (0.23%)
TA25 1,529.78 +3.19 (0.21%)
SMI 9,034.60 +42.10 (0.47%)
ATX 2,506.82
IBOVESPA 50,365.20 -102.85 (-0.20%)
SET 1,553.33 -9.51 (-0.61%)
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
MERVAL 10,132.09 +357.00 (3.65%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5252 -0.0011 (-0.07%)
GBP/EUR 1.3826 +0.0050 (0.36%)
GBP/JPY 183.2429 +0.6256 (0.34%)
GBP/HKD 11.8285 -0.0083 (-0.07%)
GBP/CNY 9.5587 -0.0069 (-0.07%)
GBP/AUD 1.9600 +0.0089 (0.45%)
Euro sinks to 11-1/2-year low, bonds gain after ECB
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The euro fell to an 11-1/2-year low against the dollar on Thursday as U.S. and euro zone bond prices rose, after the European Central Bank spelled out its 1 trillion-euro stimulus plan that begins next Monday.
Draghi Pressures Greece as He Keeps Liquidity Tight  
Euro bounces off 11-year low as traders look to jobs report  
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Top stories

The FTSE 100 closed at a record high on Thursday, but with the general election looming it may not stay there for long, HSBC warned investors.
Virgin Money might only be a challenger bank, but its boss has entered the big time scooping a �3.6million pay package last year after the lender's headline profits more than doubled.
Profits at blue chip motor insurer Admiral have fallen for the first time in a decade as it wrote fewer car policies in the 'highly competitive' UK market.
Six years of interest rates at the historic low of 0.5% were marked today as the Bank of England once more kept the cost of borrowing on hold.
The embarrassment Ed Miliband suffered when vanquished in unarmed combat by a bacon roll would be as nothing to the shame of appearing less interventionist than George Osborne.

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