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Shanghai 2,486.79 +34.13 (1.39%)
S&P 500 2,063.50 +10.75 (0.52%)
Nikkei 225 17,357.51 +56.65 (0.33%)
Hang Seng Index 23,437.12 +87.48 (0.37%)
TSEC 9,091.53 +12.66 (0.14%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,194.22 +92.01 (2.97%)
CAC 40 4,347.23 +113.02 (2.67%)
S&P TSX 15,111.46 +36.28 (0.24%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,304.30 0.00 (0.00%)
BSE Sensex 28,334.63 +267.07 (0.95%)
TA25 1,445.87 -7.39 (-0.51%)
KOSPI 1,964.84 +6.80 (0.35%)
SMI 9,080.55 +90.61 (1.01%)
ATX 2,277.64
IBOVESPA 56,084.04 +2,681.23 (5.02%)
SET 1,579.20 +10.52 (0.67%)
BIST100 83,281.80 +769.91 (0.93%)
IBEX 10,520.80 +311.60 (3.05%)
WIG 53,215.87 +367.33 (0.70%)
TASI 9,515.63 +106.80 (1.14%)
MERVAL 8,948.26 +206.59 (2.36%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5649 -0.0008 (-0.05%)
GBP/EUR 1.2646 +0.0009 (0.07%)
GBP/JPY 184.3437 -0.0704 (-0.04%)
GBP/HKD 12.1386 -0.0086 (-0.07%)
GBP/CNY 9.5849 -0.0096 (-0.10%)
GBP/AUD 1.8035 -0.0024 (-0.13%)
Taxi app price battle intensifies as Get Taxi slashes fares
The on-going price war between taxi booking apps has intensified in the run up to Christmas, after London-based black cab app Get Taxi rolled out a new aggressive price strategy.
Taxi Apps Price War Sees Fares Slashed  
Market players welcome LTA regulation of third-party taxi apps (Amended)  
Market Chart
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Top stories

A man walks past an AVIVA logo outside the company's head office in the city of London March 5, 2009. Credit: Reuters/Stephen Hird.
Prices also won support after European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi signalled readiness to act quickly to deter deflation, sparking fresh stimulus hopes.
LONDON: Britain's public finances improved slightly in October but finance minister George Osborne is still unlikely to meet his budget goals before next year's general election.
A man stands outside a building as people use Intesa Sanpaolo automated teller machines (ATMs) in Milan. Photo: Reuters. mail · print.
TWO major central banks have moved to pump up flagging global growth, sending stockmarkets soaring but raising new questions about the limitations of a seven-year effort to use monetary policy to address economic problems.

Trends

GainersChange Mkt Cap
LMI Lonmin Plc 7.94% 1,100.55M
EVR EVRAZ plc 7.79% 2,248.60M
VED Vedanta Resources plc 7.71% 2,171.94M
MCRO Micro Focus International plc 5.94% 2,449.91M
TLW Tullow Oil plc 5.80% 4,595.08M
LosersChange Mkt Cap
CTYA City of London Investment Trust plc -26.32% 1,130.13M
MGHC M & G High Income Investment Trust PLC -6.25% 1,372.26M
TALK Talktalk Telecom Group PLC -3.72% 2,702.79M
GNK Greene King plc -2.23% 1,634.94M
MAB Mitchells & Butlers plc -1.83% 1,456.79M
Excludes shares with mkt cap of less than �1,000M. Learn more