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May 1 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 4,479.20 +37.55 (0.85%)
S&P 500 2,108.29 +22.78 (1.09%)
Nikkei 225 19,531.63 +11.62 (0.06%)
Hang Seng Index 28,238.74 +105.74 (0.38%)
TSEC 9,851.87 +31.82 (0.32%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,615.59 -1.52 (-0.04%)
CAC 40 5,046.49 +7.10 (0.14%)
S&P TSX 15,339.77 +115.25 (0.76%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,825.10 +10.70 (0.18%)
BSE Sensex 27,303.16 +291.85 (1.08%)
TA25 1,634.32 -10.53 (-0.64%)
SMI 9,077.12 -27.93 (-0.31%)
ATX 2,586.33
IBOVESPA 56,229.38 +904.09 (1.63%)
SET 1,526.74 +4.27 (0.28%)
BIST100 83,947.04 -2,031.40 (-2.36%)
IBEX 11,385.00 +6.10 (0.05%)
WIG 56,477.69 -81.71 (-0.14%)
TASI 9,764.24 -70.25 (-0.71%)
MERVAL 11,020.81 -190.41 (-1.70%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5160 +0.0013 (0.09%)
GBP/EUR 1.3548 +0.0008 (0.06%)
GBP/JPY 182.0208 +0.0358 (0.02%)
GBP/HKD 11.7527 +0.0126 (0.11%)
GBP/CNY 9.4263 +0.0051 (0.05%)
GBP/AUD 1.9354 +0.0007 (0.04%)
China data downward revision weighs on Asia bourses
Monday 03.50 BST. A weaker than expected revision of activity in China's manufacturing sector has weighed on markets across Asia.
China Factory Gauge Shows Weakness in April  
Chinese factory activity slumps to lowest for a year as demand slows  
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A Labour government would spark an exodus of wealthy foreign investors and entrepreneurs if Ed Miliband scraps non-domicile rules and introduces a mansion tax, one of Britain's most prestigious private banks has warned.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's economy is expected to slow further to 6.8 percent in the second quarter from a six-year low hit in the first, a top government think tank said in a research report that underscored the need for more stimulus to shore up faltering ...
Pet insurers are paying out �1.65 million a day to treat the nation's animals - and owners are more likely to insure their dogs than their cats.
BT and Sainsbury's will reveal contrasting fortunes when the two blue-chip companies announce annual results this week. BT and Sainsbury's will reveal contrasting fortunes when the two blue-chip companies announce annual results this week.
In retrospect, HSBC's decision in 1993 to abandon Hong Kong for London's Canary Wharf was one of modern history's worst business moves.

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