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GBP/USD 1.4460 +0.0026 (0.18%)
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GBP/HKD 11.2772 +0.0286 (0.25%)
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GBP/AUD 2.0473 +0.0070 (0.35%)
Shares dive as fears mount for health of global banking
A file picture of the New York Stock Exchange. Bank shares are falling as investors question whether they can profit from continued low interest rates.
Global shares extend losses on fears over global growth, banks  
Shares extend losses on fears over global growth, banks  
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5,632.19 -57.17 (-1.00%)
15,316.93 -181.06 (-1.17%)
3,093.67 -33.28 (-1.06%)
3,538.73 +0.84 (0.02%)

Top stories

The German finance minister, Wolfgang Sch�uble, said he had 'no concerns' about Deutsche Bank. Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters.
An Age UK boss has denied the charity has been pushing expensive energy tariffs to old people and has refused to apologise after suspending a deal with E.On aimed at the elderly.
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) fined Achilles Macris �792,900 for failing to disclose mounting losses from those trades. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian.
Port of Dover. Shortfall between exports and imports widened from �8.6bn in the third quarter to �10.4bn. Photograph: Graham Mitchell / Barcroft Media.
NEW YORK Oil prices fell 7 percent on Tuesday as equity markets remained weak, forecasts called for record high U.S. crude stockpiles to grow more, and the latest global energy demand outlooks did not look strong enough to eliminate the swelling glut.

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