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May 1 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 4,441.66 -34.96 (-0.78%)
S&P 500 2,108.29 +22.78 (1.09%)
Nikkei 225 19,531.63 +11.62 (0.06%)
Hang Seng Index 28,133.00 -267.34 (-0.94%)
TSEC 9,820.05 -33.78 (-0.34%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,615.59 -1.52 (-0.04%)
CAC 40 5,046.49 +7.10 (0.14%)
S&P TSX 15,339.77 +115.25 (0.76%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,814.40 +24.40 (0.42%)
BSE Sensex 27,011.31 -214.62 (-0.79%)
TA25 1,634.32 -10.53 (-0.64%)
SMI 9,077.12 -27.93 (-0.31%)
ATX 2,586.33
IBOVESPA 56,229.38 +904.09 (1.63%)
SET 1,526.74 +4.27 (0.28%)
BIST100 83,947.04 -2,031.40 (-2.36%)
IBEX 11,385.00 +6.10 (0.05%)
WIG 56,477.69 -81.71 (-0.14%)
TASI 9,764.24 -70.25 (-0.71%)
MERVAL 11,020.81 -190.41 (-1.70%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5152 +0.0014 (0.09%)
GBP/EUR 1.3537 +0.0021 (0.16%)
GBP/JPY 182.1801 +0.2077 (0.11%)
GBP/HKD 11.7442 +0.0085 (0.07%)
GBP/CNY 9.4148 +0.0084 (0.09%)
GBP/AUD 1.9352 +0.0070 (0.36%)
Greece cites progress in talks with EU/IMF lenders, aims for May deal
ATHENS (Reuters) - Negotiations between Greece and its international lenders over reforms to unlock remaining bailout aid have made headway and.
UPDATE 1-Greece cites progress in talks with EU/IMF lenders, aims for May deal  
'Progress' in Greek debt talks  
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A Labour government would spark an exodus of wealthy foreign investors and entrepreneurs if Ed Miliband scraps non-domicile rules and introduces a mansion tax, one of Britain's most prestigious private banks has warned.
After a string of attention-getting announcements in the past two months, McDonald's Corp. Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook is expected on Monday to give the first thorough look at his strategy to revive the fast-food giant.
The drinks group behind Guinness has been approached by potential buyers of its global wine operations, Sky News has learnt. 19:52, UK, Sunday 03 May 2015.
J Sainsbury will this week unveil its first fall in annual profits for a decade as the shift in consumer habits and competition from discounters take a massive toll on Britain's third largest supermarket.
Global factors will weigh on the Reserve Bank board tomorrow, with both unexpected weakness in the US and the continuing quantitative easing programs of Europe and Japan putting unwelcome upward pressure on the Australian dollar.

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