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Shanghai 3,108.60 +51.07 (1.67%)
S&P 500 2,061.23 +48.34 (2.40%)
Nikkei 225 17,621.40 +411.35 (2.39%)
Hang Seng Index 23,116.63 +284.42 (1.25%)
TSEC 8,999.52 +120.89 (1.36%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,122.27 -31.50 (-1.00%)
CAC 40 4,223.49 -26.00 (-0.61%)
S&P TSX 14,346.75 +133.36 (0.94%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,338.60 +127.80 (2.45%)
BSE Sensex 27,371.84 +245.27 (0.90%)
TA25 1,481.88 +13.68 (0.93%)
SMI 8,933.22 -79.89 (-0.89%)
ATX 2,124.31 +10.64 (0.50%)
IBOVESPA 48,495.70 0.00 (0.00%)
SET 1,514.35 -2.44 (-0.16%)
BIST100 83,155.22 -70.98 (-0.09%)
IBEX 10,237.70 -153.60 (-1.48%)
WIG 51,390.64 -348.40 (-0.67%)
TASI 8,320.54
MERVAL 7,206.75 -81.57 (-1.12%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5621 -0.0047 (-0.30%)
GBP/EUR 1.2732 -0.0018 (-0.14%)
GBP/JPY 186.4600 +0.0858 (0.05%)
GBP/HKD 12.1159 -0.0369 (-0.30%)
GBP/CNY 9.7147 -0.0188 (-0.19%)
GBP/AUD 1.9110 -0.0070 (-0.36%)
UK government borrowing lower than expected in November
George Osborne at the Treasury select committee. In the autumn statement on 3 December, Osborne was forced to concede he would not meet the full-year borrowing target.
Bank fines help drive borrowing down in November  
Chief economic advisor says expects gold imports to remain steady going forward  
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... * FTSE 100 up 0.6 pct. * WPP, Aviva rally as analysts recommend snapping up bargains. * Barclays rises as judge raises question about dark pool probe (Adds comment, updates prices).
Petrol prices have fallen 6.6p a litre in the last three months marking the third biggest monthly fall in quarter of a century, according to the latest AA fuel price report.
House prices will rise over the course of next year as a direct result of the overhaul of stamp duty announced at the autumn statement, while house builders will also benefit from a rush of investors seeking exposure to the sector, two surveys have predicted.
LONDON (Reuters) - British households will pay nearly 1 billion pounds to help guarantee the country's electricity supply in 2018/19, after a government auction determined who will provide backup power capacity.
Undercover filmmakers pretending to be workers in a factory making Apple products in China had to work up to 16 hours a day and as many as 18 days in a row, according to an investigation by BBC Panorama.

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