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Jan 20 - Markets closed

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GBP/USD 1.2380 +0.0042 (0.34%)
GBP/EUR 1.1567 -0.0007 (-0.06%)
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GBP/AUD 1.6384 +0.0078 (0.48%)
Theresa May to emphasise value of EU and Nato to Trump
Theresa May will urge Donald Trump not to undermine European unity when she meets him in Washington in the next few weeks, insisting that Britain sees a strong EU as a crucial partner on both economic and security issues.
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The surging dollar poses the biggest single threat to the global economy and will be extremely difficult to manage under the incoming Trump presidency, the world's largest investment fund has warned.
The letter the Government sent to Nissan to convince it to stay in the UK, contained no figure relating to how much the company might be compensated, The Independent has learnt.
Crude futures jump following a drop in inventories at the US hub of Cushing, Oklahoma. Gaurav Sharma. By Gaurav Sharma. January 20, 2017 17:24 GMT.
HSBC will set up a �4m compensation scheme for people who lost out financially due to excessive card charges. Photograph: Luke Macgregor/Reuters.
Financial markets gave a relatively muted response to Donald Trump's inaugural speech as US president, with US stocks edging higher, Treasuries putting in mixed performances and the dollar easing back against its main rivals.

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