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Hang Seng Index 25,642.72 +214.22 (0.84%)
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SMI 9,035.09 -26.67 (-0.29%)
ATX 3,204.30 +21.17 (0.67%)
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MERVAL 20,705.89 +122.65 (0.60%)
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GBP/JPY 145.0661 +0.3258 (0.23%)
GBP/HKD 10.1128 +0.0048 (0.05%)
GBP/CNY 8.9216 -0.0213 (-0.24%)
GBP/AUD 1.7326 +0.0015 (0.09%)
UK car production fall blamed on late Easter
The number of cars made in the UK fell by almost a fifth in April, with the later Easter break blamed for the drop. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said 122,116 cars were built in April, an 18% fall compared with the same month last year.
UK car production falls at fastest rate in more than two-and-a-half years  
UK car production falls by 18% in April  
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Luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin has enjoyed a positive start to the year on the back of the new DB11 with revenue more than doubling and pre-tax profit returning to the black.
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