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Shanghai 4,169.64 -59.63 (-1.41%)
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Nikkei 225 19,311.72 -219.91 (-1.13%)
Hang Seng Index 27,481.28 -159.63 (-0.58%)
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EURO STOXX 50 3,558.03 +11.47 (0.32%)
CAC 40 4,981.59 +7.52 (0.15%)
S&P TSX 15,023.89 -150.05 (-0.99%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,660.20 -32.00 (-0.56%)
BSE Sensex 26,838.21 +120.84 (0.45%)
TA25 1,622.31 -8.44 (-0.52%)
SMI 8,888.92 -135.46 (-1.50%)
ATX 2,571.26 -12.67 (-0.49%)
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BIST100 82,441.37 -939.30 (-1.13%)
IBEX 11,163.60 +48.00 (0.43%)
WIG 56,928.56 +486.31 (0.86%)
TASI 9,781.69
MERVAL 11,003.35 -149.12 (-1.34%)

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GBP/USD 1.5241 0.0000 (0.00%)
GBP/EUR 1.3436 -0.0004 (-0.03%)
GBP/JPY 182.1071 +0.1371 (0.08%)
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GBP/AUD 1.9093 -0.0066 (-0.34%)
Bank of England will look past election to inflation risks ahead
LONDON (Reuters) - While Britain's politicians are likely to be struggling to form a government next week, the Bank of England will look further ahead and consider whether markets are too relaxed about the prospect of higher interest rates.
Bank of England forced to admit to embarrassing 'clerical error' on foreign ...  
BOE Correction Shaves $20 Billion Off Gilt-Buying Data for March  
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MELBOURNE, Australia�National Australia Bank Ltd. NAB -2.68 % moved to shore up its capital base, unveiling a 5.5 billion Australian dollar (US$4.4 billion) rights issue that will help the lender make a clean break from its troubled U.K.
SHARES in software provider Sage went up by 8.36 per cent yesterday after the firm reported a 6.5 per cent increase in revenue during the six months to 31 March, up to �699m from �657m in the same period of last year.
Gold extended a decline before monthly employment data after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said bond yields �could see a sharp jump� when the central bank increases interest rates.
SAINSBURY'S became the latest supermarket to take the knife to its final dividend yesterday, joining banks and oil companies in what analysts called a �horror show of income slashers�.
IMPERIAL Tobacco said it was on track to meet its full-year targets yesterday despite ongoing turbulence in Iraq leading to a five per cent fall in tobacco volumes.

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