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Shanghai 4,813.80 +156.20 (3.35%)
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Nikkei 225 20,413.77 +149.36 (0.74%)
Hang Seng Index 27,992.83
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TA25 1,715.43 -0.15 (-0.01%)
SMI 9,353.30
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IBOVESPA 54,377.29 -734.76 (-1.33%)
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IBEX 11,299.00 -255.20 (-2.21%)
WIG 56,067.50 -761.42 (-1.34%)
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MERVAL 10,341.11

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GBP/USD 1.5474 +0.0002 (0.01%)
GBP/EUR 1.4095 +0.0017 (0.12%)
GBP/JPY 188.0819 -0.0133 (-0.01%)
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GBP/AUD 1.9761 -0.0049 (-0.25%)
Greek debt negotiations weigh on European stocks
European stocks fell in early trading after a Greek minister said that Athens would struggle to meet its upcoming debt payments. Interior Minister Nikos Voutsis made his comments during a weekend TV programme.
Common sense can still prevail in Greek tragedy: Olive  
Greece to keep repaying as long as it can:official  
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With head of retail banking at Lloyds Alison Brittain becoming chief executive of Costa Coffee and Whitbread, the UK is on track to meet the 25% target of female board directors set by the government by the end of the year.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI May 25 China's top banking regulator, Shang Fulin, said he expects the amount of non-performing loans at commercial banks to continue to rise, and warned of increased risk from real estate finance, local government fundraising ...
M&S' gross profit on its clothing and homewares business rose by �24m last year as margin gains compensated for a 2.5% fall in sales.
Amazon.com Inc has begun booking revenues in individual European countries for tax purposes, instead of channeling them through low-tax Luxembourg, the Wall Street Journal reported, following extensive criticism and intense scrutiny by EU authorities.
China has set the ball rolling for private investment in CN� 1.97tn (�205.1bn, €289.5bn, $317.5bn) worth of infrastructure projects, attempts to plug a widening funding gap amid a crackdown on traditional off-balance sheet borrowing by local governments.

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