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TA25 1,719.07 +7.15 (0.42%)
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IBEX 11,220.20 +69.70 (0.63%)
WIG 53,163.72 +221.84 (0.42%)
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GBP/USD 1.5606 +0.0040 (0.26%)
GBP/EUR 1.4357 +0.0058 (0.41%)
GBP/JPY 194.0793 +0.6384 (0.33%)
GBP/HKD 12.0996 +0.0315 (0.26%)
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GBP/AUD 2.1176 +0.0072 (0.34%)
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Budget carrier Ryanair said it became the first airline to fly more than 10 million international passengers in a month as its customer service overhaul continues to boost business.
Investors failed to sprinkle fairy dust on Disney today as shares in the entertainment giant slid after it raised fears over its TV arm's prospects.
At least 24 people died and hundreds were rescued after two passenger trains derailed nearly side by side as they crossed a bridge in central India late Tuesday night.
US drugmaker Baxalta has rejected London-listed Shire's $30bn (�19.2bn, €27.4bn) unsolicited acquisition offer, saying it "is not in the best interests of Baxalta or its shareholders".

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