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Apr 21 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 4,293.62 +76.55 (1.82%)
S&P 500 2,099.40 -1.00 (-0.05%)
Nikkei 225 19,909.09 +274.60 (1.40%)
Hang Seng Index 27,850.49
TSEC 9,533.98
EURO STOXX 50 3,719.38 +1.34 (0.04%)
CAC 40 5,192.64 +5.05 (0.10%)
S&P TSX 15,322.47 -90.13 (-0.58%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,872.30 +39.20 (0.67%)
BSE Sensex 27,676.04 -210.17 (-0.75%)
TA25 1,683.35 +3.89 (0.23%)
SMI 9,299.43 +55.72 (0.60%)
ATX 2,632.26 +23.96 (0.92%)
IBOVESPA 53,761.27 -193.52 (-0.36%)
SET 1,569.35 +9.03 (0.58%)
BIST100 84,277.65 +1,975.09 (2.40%)
IBEX 11,422.30 +37.70 (0.33%)
WIG 56,226.22 +34.92 (0.06%)
TASI 9,558.88
MERVAL 10,605.59 -217.84 (-2.01%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.4933 +0.0022 (0.15%)
GBP/EUR 1.3907 +0.0037 (0.27%)
GBP/JPY 178.7364 +0.9798 (0.55%)
GBP/HKD 11.5734 +0.0180 (0.16%)
GBP/CNY 9.2574 +0.0179 (0.19%)
GBP/AUD 1.9369 +0.0059 (0.30%)
UPDATE 2-UK speed trader arrested over role in 2010 US 'flash crash'
(Adds detail from complaints). By Douwe Miedema and Sarah N. Lynch. WASHINGTON, April 21 (Reuters) - A high-frequency trader was arrested in the United Kingdom over charges he manipulated the futures market and played a role in sparking the May ...
CompaniesUK 'flash crash' trader pocketed $40m - DoJ  
Futures trader charged for alleged role in 'Flash Crash'  
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Better than expected results from Sky and chip designer Arm, plus a smattering of takeover talk, helped push leading shares higher for the second day in a row, although mining shares proved a drag on sentiment.
LONDON (ShareCast) - An investigation has been launched into the supermarket sector by the UK competition regulator after a "super-complaint" from consumer organisation Which?
Andy Haste, the man trying to find a viable business at Wonga in the new era of proper regulation of payday lending, was half right.
... * Euro pares losses over Greece. * Trading choppy and light (Recasts, adds late prices, background and quotes). By Michael Connor.
Associated British Foods says Tesco has made a �mistake� by removing its Kingsmill bread brand from supermarkets. Tesco has delisted Kingsmill bread from its 3,000 British stores as the retailer tries to cut costs by reducing the number of products it stocks.

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