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Shanghai 2,328.00 +18.28 (0.79%)
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Nikkei 225 16,133.98 -71.92 (-0.44%)
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TA25 1,456.28
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IBEX 10,801.80 -146.10 (-1.33%)
WIG 54,615.81 -655.35 (-1.19%)
TASI 10,874.82
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GBP/USD 1.6413 +0.0018 (0.11%)
GBP/EUR 1.2765 +0.0007 (0.06%)
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A campaigner claims a VAT cut would generate growth and more jobs in the long term for the leisure and hospitality sector. 3:10am UK, Wednesday 24 September 2014.
Citizens Financial Group Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS), raised $3 billion in its initial public offering, pricing the shares below the marketed range.
One of the biggest gatherings of world leaders to discuss climate change ended on a sobering note when Nelson Mandela's widow said lofty pledges they had made failed to match the scale of the problem.
George Osborne's public finances headache worsened yesterday as official figures showed that the deficit in August came in at �11.6bn, �700m more than the same month last year and higher than City expectations.
London: London has overtaken Hong Kong as the world's most expensive city to live and work in, as a new study has suggested it has turned nearly twice as pricey as Sydney and four times more expensive than Rio de Janeiro.

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