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Dec 8 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,215.37 -6.88 (-0.21%)
S&P 500 2,246.19 +4.84 (0.22%)
Nikkei 225 18,765.47 +268.78 (1.45%)
Hang Seng Index 22,861.84 +60.92 (0.27%)
TSEC 9,375.86 +111.97 (1.21%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,185.79 +43.55 (1.39%)
CAC 40 4,735.48 +40.76 (0.87%)
S&P TSX 15,295.20 +57.45 (0.38%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,543.60 0.00 (0.00%)
BSE Sensex 26,694.28 +457.41 (1.74%)
TA25 1,445.54 +4.90 (0.34%)
SMI 7,953.68 +23.43 (0.30%)
ATX 2,592.86 +29.28 (1.14%)
IBOVESPA 60,676.57 -737.84 (-1.20%)
SET 1,525.41 +4.88 (0.32%)
BIST100 75,929.32 -101.46 (-0.13%)
IBEX 9,145.40 +185.00 (2.06%)
WIG 51,123.43 +743.08 (1.47%)
TASI 7,118.00 -6.10 (-0.09%)
MERVAL 15,395.64 -45.13 (-0.29%)
IPC 46,360.23 +750.33 (1.65%)
IDX Composite 5,303.73 +38.37 (0.73%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.2580 -0.0048 (-0.38%)
GBP/EUR 1.1853 +0.0116 (0.99%)
GBP/JPY 143.5314 -0.0896 (-0.06%)
GBP/HKD 9.7611 -0.0329 (-0.34%)
GBP/CNY 8.6538 -0.0420 (-0.48%)
GBP/AUD 1.6857 -0.0011 (-0.06%)
McDonald's to bring its international tax base to Britain
The British economy has received a post-Brexit vote of confidence from one of America's best known companies after McDonald's announced it will move its non-US operations to London, abandoning its base in Luxembourg.
McDonald's to scrap Luxembourg tax structure  
Why did McDonald's flip out of Luxembourg?  
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BRUSSELS, Dec 8 (Reuters) - The European Union began legal action on Thursday against Germany, Britain and five other member states for failing to police emissions test cheating by carmakers after the Volkswagen diesel scandal.
FRANKFURT Germany's financial regulator on Thursday announced new rules to curb spreadbetting, becoming the latest European regulator to clamp down on the fast-growing industry in which most retail investors lose money.
A series of strikes by train drivers on the Southern rail network will go ahead next week after a judge backed planned action by the Aslef union.
HOUSE price rises are at their strongest level since April, as the market shrugs off warnings it would be hit by Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU).
The long-feared moment of bond tapering in the eurozone has arrived. The comfort blanket is being pulled away - gently - for the first time since the region first crashed into a debt crisis.

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