Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

Market summary

Mar 5 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 3,252.25 +3.77 (0.12%)
S&P 500 2,101.04 +2.51 (0.12%)
Nikkei 225 18,911.55 +159.71 (0.85%)
Hang Seng Index 24,148.80 -44.24 (-0.18%)
TSEC 9,619.75 +24.66 (0.26%)
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 5,885.60 -18.60 (-0.32%)
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 0.00 (0.00%)
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 1.5244 -0.0003 (-0.02%)
GBP/EUR 1.3821 +0.0001 (0.01%)
GBP/JPY 182.9200 -0.1311 (-0.07%)
GBP/HKD 11.8236 -0.0029 (-0.02%)
GBP/CNY 9.5475 -0.0079 (-0.08%)
GBP/AUD 1.9549 -0.0038 (-0.19%)
Quantitative easing imminent as ECB boss Mario Draghi fires �1.1trn starting gun
The European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi declared an end in sight to the eurozone's economic woes yesterday as he prepared to fire the starting gun on a �1.1trn (�798bn) quantitative easing programme within days.
Treasurys Offer Bonus  
Mario Draghi claims early success on bond-buying  
Market Chart
6,961.14 +41.90 (0.61%)
17,310.31 +174.66 (1.02%)
3,752.00 +24.70 (0.66%)
3,821.88 +36.77 (0.97%)

Top stories

George Osborne has admitted that he made a mistake in not restructuring the state-controlled Royal Bank of Scotland in 2010, but said that he would now like to proceed �as quickly as we can to get rid of it� after the general election.
Allegations that British banks colluded to rig a financial rescue scheme during the height of the credit crunch while the Bank of England turned a blind eye are at the centre of a Serious Fraud Office investigation.
Savers who try to treat their pensions like bank accounts from April face rip-off charges that will deprive them of thousands of pounds in retirement, research has found.
The ranks of super-rich people across the globe swelled to 172,850 last year, and London looks set to be overtaken as the chosen home of the wealthy.
Aviva and Friends Life topped the FTSE leaderboard after unveiling better than expected figures ahead of their �5.6billion merger next month.

Trends

Popular searches on GoogleChange Mkt Cap
SBRY J Sainsbury plc 1.65% 5,293.84M
BOO Boohoo.Com PLC 3.12% 277.98M