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Stock Markets
Europe
London
IndexValue    Move %  
FTSE 1007,588.09-43.24 -0.57 
FTSE 25020,839.50-160.11 -0.76 
FTSE 3504,235.00-25.54 -0.60 
FTSE All Share4,183.63-24.80 -0.59 
Americas
New York
IndexValue    Move %  
Dow Jones24,987.50-103.01 -0.41 
Nasdaq7,251.41-4.35 -0.06 
S&P 5002,773.87-8.62 -0.31 
Stock Market data is compiled by Adviser Portals Ltd every 60 minutes. Information is not realtime. Last updated: 19/06/2018 at 10:43 AM
Currency Markets
World
CurrencyGBP1Move  %    
Canadian Dollar1.74-0.00 -0.28 
Euro1.140.00 0.17 
Japanese Yen144.75-1.71 -1.17 
Swiss Franc1.31-0.01 -0.43 
United States Dollar1.32-0.01 -0.52 
 
Currency Market data is compiled by Adviser Portals Ltd every 60 minutes. Information is not realtime. Last updated: 19/06/2018 at 10:43 AM

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LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England will be looking to see if Britain's economy has recovered from a severe winter chill as it weighs the prospects for a future interest rate rise this week.
LONDON (Reuters) - British households enjoyed the fastest growth in employment income in at least nine years in June, according to a survey that may give the Bank of England concern that underlying inflation pressures are rising.
LONDON (Reuters) - British house prices edged up from a five-and-a-half-year low in May and there was a tentative first sign of more properties for sale but it was too early to call a change in the sluggish property market, a surveyors group said.
LONDON (Reuters) - British inflation held at a one-year low in May despite a jump in fuel prices, leaving the chances of a Bank of England interest rate hike over the coming months finely balanced.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's new gender pay gap rules should be tightened to ensure that highly-paid partners at consultancies, accountants and law firms cannot circumvent the spirit of the legislation, a parliamentary committee told the government on Wednesday.