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Nikkei 225 16,610.19 +227.15 (1.39%)
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TA25 1,461.51 -2.41 (-0.16%)
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IBEX 8,560.20 -15.50 (-0.18%)
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MERVAL 14,978.34 -32.61 (-0.22%)
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GBP/USD 1.3123 -0.0028 (-0.21%)
GBP/EUR 1.1933 -0.0035 (-0.29%)
GBP/JPY 138.8597 +1.0109 (0.73%)
GBP/HKD 10.1787 -0.0207 (-0.20%)
GBP/CNY 8.7543 -0.0172 (-0.20%)
GBP/AUD 1.7552 +0.0050 (0.29%)
Bank of England hawk signals interest rate cut to tackle slowdown
Dr Martin Weale's comments resulted in a sharp fall in the value of the pound. Photograph: LNP/Rex/Shutterstock. Nick Fletcher.
Economists forecast rate cut as MPC member changes tack  
FTSE 100 climbs and pound recovers after Bank of England's Weale shifts stance ...  
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Shareholders in Deutsche B�rse have backed its planned merger with the London Stock Exchange Group, but the two groups still need to persuade regulators to approve the deal.
Asian stocks climbed to fresh near one-year highs and the Japanese yen weakened on Wednesday as awaited central bank meetings this week that could see fresh stimulus in Japan and provide clues on U.S.
Britain could enjoy better broadband coverage after leaving the EU because the regulator will have more powers to break up BT, Whitehall sources have told The Telegraph.
MPs have warned the UK tax authority not to risk a “collapse in customer service” by understaffing its phone lines amid expectations that a digital revamp of its services will produce cost savings.
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