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Shanghai 3,266.96 -2.49 (-0.08%)
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Nikkei 225 18,985.59 -276.94 (-1.44%)
Hang Seng Index 24,193.70 -164.57 (-0.68%)
TSEC 9,876.77 -26.21 (-0.26%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,428.40 -15.75 (-0.46%)
CAC 40 5,005.87 -15.03 (-0.30%)
S&P TSX 15,441.63 -1.04 (-0.01%)
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BSE Sensex 29,237.15 -184.25 (-0.63%)
SMI 8,579.43 -34.21 (-0.40%)
ATX 2,792.59 -36.84 (-1.30%)
IBOVESPA 63,342.25 -511.52 (-0.80%)
SET 1,570.50 -3.01 (-0.19%)
BIST100 89,671.27 -711.44 (-0.79%)
IBEX 10,270.30 -39.10 (-0.38%)
WIG 58,097.18 -972.38 (-1.65%)
TASI 6,852.13 -21.99 (-0.32%)
MERVAL 18,841.85 +165.32 (0.89%)
IPC 48,842.74 -241.11 (-0.49%)
IDX Composite 5,541.20 -25.93 (-0.47%)

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GBP/USD 1.2579 +0.0066 (0.53%)
GBP/EUR 1.1558 +0.0020 (0.17%)
GBP/JPY 138.9112 +0.0764 (0.06%)
GBP/HKD 9.7707 +0.0519 (0.53%)
GBP/CNY 8.6496 +0.0600 (0.70%)
GBP/AUD 1.6519 +0.0121 (0.74%)
BT fined �42m over delays to high-speed cable installation
BT has been fined �42m, the largest penalty imposed by regulator Ofcom, and will have to pay an estimated �300m in compensation to rival telecoms companies over delays installing high-speed internet connections.
BT fined record �42m for late installations  
BT fined record �42 million over 'serious breach' of Ofcom rules  
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Global markets are in a “risk off” mood as investors temper expectations of pro-business reforms from the Trump administration after Republicans failed to unify around healthcare reforms last week.
Greg Clark, the business and energy secretary, announced the end of the deal on Monday and said there would be an inquiry into why the process run by the UK's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority had been so flawed.
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A South West train at London Waterloo station. Passengers can look forward to more space, the government says. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian.
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