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Feb 27 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,310.30 +11.94 (0.36%)
S&P 500 2,104.50 -6.24 (-0.30%)
Nikkei 225 18,797.94 +12.15 (0.06%)
Hang Seng Index 24,823.29 -78.77 (-0.32%)
TSEC 9,622.10
EURO STOXX 50 3,599.00 +24.06 (0.67%)
CAC 40 4,951.48 +40.86 (0.83%)
S&P TSX 15,234.34 -6.82 (-0.04%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,928.80 +20.30 (0.34%)
BSE Sensex 29,220.12 +473.47 (1.65%)
TA25 1,517.94
SMI 9,014.53 -34.96 (-0.39%)
ATX 2,495.21
IBOVESPA 51,583.09 -177.45 (-0.34%)
SET 1,587.01 -6.54 (-0.41%)
BIST100 84,147.51 -1,767.85 (-2.06%)
IBEX 11,178.30 +38.80 (0.35%)
WIG 53,304.21 +261.61 (0.49%)
TASI 9,313.52
MERVAL 9,606.04 +235.36 (2.51%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5438 +0.0022 (0.14%)
GBP/EUR 1.3793 +0.0033 (0.24%)
GBP/JPY 184.7218 +0.6774 (0.37%)
GBP/HKD 11.9726 +0.0167 (0.14%)
GBP/CNY 9.6775 +0.0305 (0.32%)
GBP/AUD 1.9763 +0.0009 (0.04%)
REFILE-UPDATE 4-Britain's Lloyds to pay first dividend since rescue
LONDON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group is paying its first dividend in more than six years after reporting a rise in profit and improvements in its capital strength, a milestone in the bank's recovery after it was bailed out during the financial crisis.
The Significance of Lloyds' Plan to Pay a Dividend  
Britain's Lloyds to pay first dividend since rescue  
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