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GBP/JPY 183.6749 +0.4249 (0.23%)
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GBP/CNY 9.7338 -0.0061 (-0.06%)
GBP/AUD 2.1763 -0.0064 (-0.29%)
Index Futures Signal Gains as Asia Stocks Swing Amid Growth Woes
Uncertainty about the trajectories of the world's two largest economies set Asian stocks swinging Wednesday, with the cost of insuring debt in the region climbing to a 17-month high.
MarketsChinese stocks in pre-parade march upwards  
Asian shares fall for third day on global growth concerns  
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Trespassers on the tracks of the Channel Tunnel and reports of migrants on train roofs caused major disruption for passengers overnight.
Asos, the British online fashion retailer that last year reported a string of profit warnings and suffered a costly warehouse fire, has confirmed that it is installing a new chief executive after founder Nick Robertson abruptly quit.
LONDON (Alliance News) - UK stocks are set to open higher on Wednesday rebounding a little from the losses seen on Tuesday, following a slight recovery in Asian equities overnight.
(Adds fresh quote, background). JAKARTA, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Recent volatility in global financial markets shows how rapidly risks can spill over from one economy to the next, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in ...
SYDNEY (Reuters)- - Australia's gross domestic product (GDP) rose a weaker-than-expected 0.2 percent in the second quarter as the end of a major mining investment boom took hold, sending the Australian dollar to a fresh six-and-a-half-year low.

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