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Shanghai 2,815.09 -6.58 (-0.23%)
S&P 500 2,076.06 +28.02 (1.37%)
Nikkei 225 16,757.35 +258.59 (1.57%)
Hang Seng Index 20,368.05 +537.62 (2.71%)
TSEC 8,396.20 +95.54 (1.15%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,049.60 +39.48 (1.31%)
CAC 40 4,471.14 +39.62 (0.89%)
S&P TSX 13,952.85 +33.27 (0.24%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,372.50 +76.90 (1.45%)
BSE Sensex 25,863.15 +557.68 (2.20%)
TA25 1,435.50 +7.26 (0.51%)
SMI 8,178.60 +53.36 (0.66%)
ATX 2,253.32 +12.95 (0.58%)
IBOVESPA 49,345.19 +14.77 (0.03%)
SET 1,396.41 +12.15 (0.88%)
BIST100 79,090.91 -343.70 (-0.43%)
IBEX 9,070.00 +151.90 (1.70%)
WIG 46,711.15 +435.97 (0.94%)
TASI 6,554.25 +79.41 (1.23%)
MERVAL 12,208.21 -101.84 (-0.83%)
IPC 45,497.46 +261.30 (0.58%)
IDX Composite 4,772.98 +62.19 (1.32%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.4633 +0.0019 (0.13%)
GBP/EUR 1.3127 +0.0007 (0.06%)
GBP/JPY 161.1897 +0.1885 (0.12%)
GBP/HKD 11.3646 +0.0121 (0.11%)
GBP/CNY 9.6056 +0.0197 (0.21%)
GBP/AUD 2.0343 +0.0022 (0.11%)
Euro zone hails 'breakthrough' with Greece, IMF debt deal
BRUSSELS The euro zone gave Greece its firmest offer yet of debt relief in what finance ministers called a breakthrough deal that won a provisional commitment from the IMF to return to taking part in the bailout for Athens, heartening investors.
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Shares in Marks and Spencer have fallen sharply in early trading after the UK high street retailer warned that its profits would likely take another hit this year as it pushes through changes to revive its clothing business, while conditions remain ...
Greg Tufnell, a former Mothercare boss and the brother of ex-England cricketer Phil Tufnell, has emerged as the latest potential bidder for collapsed retailer BHS.
German business sentiment rose unexpectedly sharply in May to a nine-month high, even as economic data appear to have been weakening and German equities slip.
An 18-year-old starting their career in 2016 can expect to earn their first �1 million just after turning 46, according to projections.
Helped by the late night deal over Greece and better than expected US housing figures on Tuesday, stock markets are moving higher again.

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