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Shanghai 3,271.51 -16.19 (-0.49%)
S&P 500 2,444.04 -8.47 (-0.35%)
Nikkei 225 19,353.77 -80.87 (-0.42%)
Hang Seng Index 27,518.60 +116.93 (0.43%)
TSEC 10,488.96 +82.15 (0.79%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,455.42 +16.79 (0.49%)
CAC 40 5,129.40 +14.02 (0.27%)
S&P TSX 15,063.16 +78.20 (0.52%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,745.50 +8.30 (0.14%)
BSE Sensex 31,596.06 +28.05 (0.09%)
SMI 8,958.74 +0.25 (0.00%)
ATX 3,204.31 +19.49 (0.61%)
IBOVESPA 70,477.63 +466.38 (0.67%)
SET 1,575.96 +2.58 (0.16%)
BIST100 109,967.47 +1,014.74 (0.93%)
IBEX 10,394.60 +56.50 (0.55%)
WIG 63,276.96 +577.13 (0.92%)
TASI 7,251.96 -11.79 (-0.16%)
MERVAL 23,262.38 +362.20 (1.58%)
IPC 51,280.17 -52.81 (-0.10%)
IDX Composite 5,894.12 -19.91 (-0.34%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.2827 +0.0023 (0.18%)
GBP/EUR 1.0881 +0.0046 (0.42%)
GBP/JPY 140.2011 +0.7450 (0.53%)
GBP/HKD 10.0370 +0.0170 (0.17%)
GBP/CNY 8.5443 +0.0125 (0.15%)
GBP/AUD 1.6248 +0.0063 (0.39%)
Dixons Carphone warns on profits as customers keep phones for longer
Dixons Carphone owns retailers including Carphone Warehouse, PC World and Currys. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images. Dixons Carphone.
Dixons Carphone tumbles on profit warning  
Dixons Carphone warns on profit as mobile sales hit  
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The ONS's second estimate of growth for the three months to June didn't feature any major revisions, but the breakdown of the data didn't match expectations, with the weak pound and Brexit uncertainty hitting household spending and business investment ...
Manufacturers churned out 8% more vehicles than in the same month last year as they geared up for the key month of September. 10:27, UK, Thursday 24 August 2017.
A German supermarket has emptied its shelves in an effort to make a point about racism and diversity. The Edeka store in Hamburg removed foreign-made products from its stock, replacing them with sign bearing anti-xenophobia slogans.
Brazil's government has abolished a vast national reserve in the Amazon to open up the area to mining. The area, covering 46,000 sq km (17,800 sq miles), straddles the northern states of Amapa and Para, and is thought to be rich in gold, and other ...
Sky's Ian King writes that the euro's strengthening against many international currencies poses a few problems for it. 16:57, UK, Wednesday 23 August 2017.

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