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Jun 27 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 2,894.50 -1.20 (-0.04%)
Nikkei 225 15,363.56 +54.35 (0.36%)
Hang Seng Index 20,050.93 -176.37 (-0.87%)
TSEC 8,494.33 +35.46 (0.42%)
FTSE 100 5,982.20 -156.49 (-2.55%)
EURO STOXX 50 2,697.44 -78.65 (-2.83%)
CAC 40 3,984.72 -122.01 (-2.97%)
S&P TSX 13,689.79 -202.09 (-1.45%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,109.30 -27.90 (-0.54%)
BSE Sensex 26,465.66 +62.70 (0.24%)
TA25 1,382.34 -4.86 (-0.35%)
SMI 7,594.49 -152.69 (-1.97%)
ATX 1,988.40 -95.82 (-4.60%)
IBOVESPA 49,245.53 -859.73 (-1.72%)
SET 1,427.47 +3.16 (0.22%)
BIST100 75,161.24 -204.76 (-0.27%)
IBEX 7,645.50 -142.20 (-1.83%)
WIG 44,045.53 -728.22 (-1.63%)
TASI 6,464.84 -13.76 (-0.21%)
MERVAL 13,514.92 -62.48 (-0.46%)
IPC 44,282.03 -603.79 (-1.35%)
IDX Composite 4,869.62 +33.57 (0.69%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.1060 +0.0047 (0.42%)
USD/JPY 102.0550 +0.2455 (0.24%)
GBP/USD 1.3318 +0.0095 (0.72%)
USD/CAD 1.3007 -0.0060 (-0.46%)
USD/HKD 7.7586 -0.0014 (-0.02%)
USD/CNY 6.6462 -0.0059 (-0.09%)
AUD/USD 0.7393 +0.0038 (0.52%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.24% +0.01 (4.35%)
6 Month 0.33% -0.01 (-2.94%)
2 Year 0.59% +0.01 (1.72%)
5 Year 0.98% -0.02 (-2.00%)
10 Year 1.44% -0.04 (-2.70%)
30 Year 2.27% -0.04 (-1.73%)
Volkswagen to Pay $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel Claims in US
Matthias M�ller, left, chief executive of Volkswagen, and Hans Dieter P�tsch, the company's chairman. Credit Alexander Koerner/Getty Images.
AP Source: Volkswagen Reaches $14.7B Emissions Settlement  
Volkswagen to pay $14.7 billion to settle diesel case  
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SODA. Diet Pepsi with aspartame makes a comeback. Diet Pepsi made with aspartame is returning to shelves in the United States after PepsiCo saw sales plummet following its reformulation of the drink last summer to remove the artificial sweetener ...
HONG KONG Sterling and Asian emerging market currencies regained some footing on Tuesday and crude oil bounced as investors scooped up beaten down assets after Britain's shock vote to exit the European Union.
Bookseller Lam Wing-kee in a surprise news conference in Hong Kong on June 16, 2016. (Reuters/Bobby Yip). Share. Written by. Kai Hang Tsui.
Trader Jeffrey Lucchesi works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, June 27, 2016. Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street following bigger losses in Europe as investors continue to grapple with the fallout of Britain's vote to leave the ...
Days after the surprise U.K. vote for Brexit started roiling global markets, prospects for greater monetary and fiscal stimulus are becoming clear in Asia, even as the region's relative growth dynamism offers it resilience.

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Sector summary

Sector Change % down / up
Energy -2.51%
Basic Materials -2.82%
Industrials -2.26%
Cyclical Cons. Goods ... -2.29%
Non-Cyclical Cons. Goods... +0.03%
Financials -3.15%
Healthcare -1.11%
Technology -2.24%
Telecommunications Servi... +0.11%
Utilities +0.41%