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Shanghai 4,476.21 -51.18 (-1.13%)
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Nikkei 225 20,058.95 +75.63 (0.38%)
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CAC 40 5,219.42 -49.49 (-0.94%)
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BSE Sensex 27,396.38 +219.39 (0.81%)
TA25 1,671.77 -12.69 (-0.75%)
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ATX 2,644.54 -17.16 (-0.64%)
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IBEX 11,642.50 +2.30 (0.02%)
WIG 56,883.92 -177.05 (-0.31%)
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GBP/USD 1.5280 +0.0057 (0.37%)
GBP/EUR 1.3982 -0.0014 (-0.10%)
GBP/JPY 181.7802 +0.4256 (0.23%)
GBP/HKD 11.8446 +0.0464 (0.39%)
GBP/CNY 9.4799 +0.0150 (0.16%)
GBP/AUD 1.9285 -0.0064 (-0.33%)
UK GDP Growth Slows To 0.3% In First Quarter
The first official estimate on UK output will come as a blow to the Conservatives as it was weaker than economists had predicted. 11:08, UK, Tuesday 28 April 2015.
George Osborne warns economy is at 'critical moment' after growth falters  
EconomyUK growth slows sharply: economists react  
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LONDON (Reuters) - Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered (STAN.L) said the location of its headquarters was under constant review and a sharp increase in a tax on banks in Britain meant it was watching the situation closely.
UTILITIES group Centrica delivered a more positive update to the market yesterday, following a profit warning and dividend cut announced along with its 2014 results in February, and said trading continues in line with previous guidance.
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - BP and Total reported higher than expected profits on Tuesday thanks to steep increases in profits from refining, showing the resilience of global oil firms in the face of slumping oil prices.
The rules imposed on Britain's banks in the years after the financial crisis are beginning to look like the old English law that once required adult men to prepare for the defence of their parish by carrying out two hours of longbow practice a week.
Whitbread chief executive Andy Harrison will step aside by February 2016, having led the UK's largest hotel and coffee shop operator since 2010.

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