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Shanghai 3,279.53 +16.48 (0.51%)
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Nikkei 225 18,703.60 -111.56 (-0.59%)
Hang Seng Index 24,465.38 -237.40 (-0.96%)
TSEC 9,621.73 +15.96 (0.17%)
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CAC 40 4,917.35 +48.10 (0.99%)
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TA25 1,529.78 +3.19 (0.21%)
SMI 8,992.50 +37.82 (0.42%)
ATX 2,465.53 -10.79 (-0.44%)
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SET 1,562.84 -19.30 (-1.22%)
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IBEX 11,051.30 +36.60 (0.33%)
WIG 53,161.92 +419.75 (0.80%)
TASI 9,462.59 -25.14 (-0.26%)
MERVAL 9,712.28 -5.80 (-0.06%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5258 -0.0109 (-0.71%)
GBP/EUR 1.3784 +0.0042 (0.31%)
GBP/JPY 182.7306 -1.1080 (-0.60%)
GBP/HKD 11.8328 -0.0841 (-0.71%)
GBP/CNY 9.5669 -0.0759 (-0.79%)
GBP/AUD 1.9529 -0.0127 (-0.65%)
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Standard Chartered 's horror-show year has had investors cowering, but its ending will leave them less fearful of what lies ahead�and leave Bill Winters less apprehensive about the shock he might get on arrival as chief executive this summer.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index rebounded late on Wednesday, helped by a surge in airline IAG (ICAG.L) due to strong traffic figures and by rallies in broadcaster ITV (ITV.
Britain agreed to sell its 40 per cent stake in the Eurostar rail link for �585 million to a consortium of Canadian public pension fund Caisse de Depot du Placement du Quebec and British asset manager Hermes.
Scottish Power, one of the six leading gas and electricity suppliers, has been temporarily banned from actively selling to new customers while it seeks to solve failures in its customer complaints procedures.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will not drop its opposition to Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman's purchase of North Sea oil and gas fields after cementing its objections at a meeting chaired by Prime Minister David Cameron, a government source told Reuters.
A sign for Bank Street and high rise offices are pictured in the financial district Canary Wharf in London in this October 21, 2010 file photo.

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