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Shanghai 3,249.78 +2.11 (0.06%)
S&P 500 2,477.83 +0.70 (0.03%)
Nikkei 225 20,079.64 +29.48 (0.15%)
Hang Seng Index 27,131.17 +190.15 (0.71%)
TSEC 10,508.37 +89.26 (0.86%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,502.53 +11.34 (0.32%)
CAC 40 5,210.61 +20.44 (0.39%)
S&P TSX 15,171.39 -30.98 (-0.20%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,785.00 +8.40 (0.15%)
BSE Sensex 32,539.46 +157.00 (0.48%)
SMI 8,992.85 +2.51 (0.03%)
ATX 3,254.94 +11.84 (0.37%)
IBOVESPA 65,010.57 -657.05 (-1.00%)
SET 1,579.62 -3.55 (-0.22%)
BIST100 108,420.81 +1,214.66 (1.13%)
IBEX 10,598.30 +22.90 (0.22%)
WIG 62,311.67 -50.62 (-0.08%)
TASI 7,168.80 -31.63 (-0.44%)
MERVAL 21,202.91 -40.34 (-0.19%)
IPC 51,600.26 -113.12 (-0.22%)
IDX Composite 5,808.67 +8.46 (0.15%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.3138 +0.0023 (0.18%)
GBP/EUR 1.1202 +0.0022 (0.20%)
GBP/JPY 146.1465 +0.3720 (0.26%)
GBP/HKD 10.2608 +0.0196 (0.19%)
GBP/CNY 8.8516 -0.0066 (-0.07%)
GBP/AUD 1.6379 -0.0015 (-0.09%)
Bank of Scotland owner stung by PPI and mortgage arrears
Lloyds Banking Group has taken a near �1 billion hit after revealing it would refund customers for failures in its handling of mortgage arrears policies and set aside extra cash to address the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI).
Lloyds Bank sets aside another �700m for PPI claims  
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The number of cars made in the UK fell last month amid Brexit pressures. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire. The number of cars built in the UK last month fell by almost 14% as the industry continued to be hit by uncertainty over Brexit, new figures reveal.
The FTSE 100 has ticked lower as some of the indices largest players put out results and updates, including Glencore, Lloyds, Shell, Diageo and Sky.
AstraZeneca lost patents on blockbuster drugs such as the cholesterol pill Crestor. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters. AstraZeneca.
Royal Dutch Shell beat expectations with a surge in second-quarter profits and continued to trim its debts as the Anglo-Dutch group benefited from heavy cost cuts and a partial recovery in oil prices.
Sky will boost its budget for dramas by a quarter this year in an effort to keep pace with heavy spending by Netflix and Amazon and capitalise on strong international appetite for box sets.

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