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Nikkei 225 16,449.84 -243.87 (-1.46%)
Hang Seng Index 23,297.15 -442.32 (-1.86%)
TSEC 9,166.85 -104.05 (-1.12%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,002.24 +10.66 (0.36%)
CAC 40 4,448.26 +4.42 (0.10%)
S&P TSX 14,725.98 -28.57 (-0.19%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,435.90 -35.40 (-0.65%)
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TA25 1,442.93 -7.97 (-0.55%)
SMI 8,139.01 -25.19 (-0.31%)
ATX 2,405.28 -9.88 (-0.41%)
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SET 1,483.21 -8.22 (-0.55%)
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IBEX 8,779.40 -16.90 (-0.19%)
WIG 47,084.94 -409.68 (-0.86%)
TASI 5,623.34 +88.91 (1.61%)
MERVAL 15,755.01 -100.73 (-0.64%)
IPC 47,245.80 -426.27 (-0.89%)
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It confirms not just that there was no immediate economic collapse after the referendum vote, despite the political vacuum and financial market turmoil, but that the economy continued to grow at a very decent rate.
Younger workers on the minimum wage will receive a pay rise worth up to £450 a year from today. The national minimum wage increases by 25p an hour to £6.95 for workers aged 21 to 24 and by the same amount to £5.55 for 18 to 20-year-olds.
Dr Ralf Speth says his European sales team are reporting that customers are turning their noses up at British cars. Photograph: Gisela Schober/Getty Images for Land Rover.
Prime Minister Theresa May has asked Tony Blair's former policy chief to review employment practices. Matthew Taylor, former head of the Labour Policy Unit, will look at job security, pay and workers' rights.

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