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Sep 19 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 2,294.91 -34.54 (-1.48%)
S&P 500 2,010.40 -0.96 (-0.05%)
Nikkei 225 16,191.25 -129.92 (-0.80%)
Hang Seng Index 23,983.82 -322.34 (-1.33%)
TSEC 9,141.86 -98.59 (-1.07%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,273.25 +1.88 (0.06%)
CAC 40 4,461.22 -3.48 (-0.08%)
S&P TSX 15,265.35 -200.19 (-1.29%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,367.80 -65.30 (-1.20%)
BSE Sensex 26,996.56 -93.86 (-0.35%)
TA25 1,456.15 +9.19 (0.64%)
KOSPI 2,034.52 -19.30 (-0.94%)
SMI 8,840.17 +9.68 (0.11%)
ATX 2,300.87 -1.75 (-0.08%)
IBOVESPA 57,788.70 -585.78 (-1.00%)
SET 1,585.19 +0.28 (0.02%)
BIST100 76,921.94 -574.49 (-0.74%)
IBEX 11,001.90 +10.90 (0.10%)
WIG 55,636.77 +730.67 (1.33%)
TASI 11,010.68 -51.68 (-0.47%)
MERVAL 9,653.89 +29.84 (0.31%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.6356 +0.0046 (0.28%)
GBP/EUR 1.2717 +0.0015 (0.12%)
GBP/JPY 177.9230 +0.2230 (0.13%)
GBP/HKD 12.6778 +0.0361 (0.29%)
GBP/CNY 10.0423 +0.0212 (0.21%)
GBP/AUD 1.8306 +0.0058 (0.32%)
Asian shares slip, dollar pulls away from highs
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares skidded on Monday as investors awaited data this week that could provide more evidence of a slowdown in China, while the dollar gave back a little of its recent gains.
Asian shares slip on jitters over China growth  
High-flying dollar slips in Asia  
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