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World markets

Shanghai 3,157.60 +85.07 (2.77%)
Nikkei 225 17,818.96 +10.21 (0.06%)
Hang Seng Index 23,349.34 +15.65 (0.07%)
TSEC 9,214.07 +55.37 (0.60%)
FTSE 100 6,609.93 +11.75 (0.18%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,184.66 +29.75 (0.94%)
CAC 40 4,295.85 -19.12 (-0.44%)
S&P TSX 14,607.31 +13.28 (0.09%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,394.50 +13.60 (0.25%)
BSE Sensex 27,241.78 +33.17 (0.12%)
TA25 1,464.59 +4.56 (0.31%)
SMI 9,021.67 -11.78 (-0.13%)
ATX 2,172.19
IBOVESPA 50,445.26 -444.55 (-0.87%)
SET 1,510.41 +5.52 (0.37%)
BIST100 84,947.31 +122.80 (0.14%)
IBEX 10,481.80 +4.10 (0.04%)
WIG 51,511.68 +24.14 (0.05%)
TASI 8,749.34
MERVAL 7,669.37 +209.26 (2.81%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.2178 -0.0030 (-0.25%)
USD/JPY 120.4050 +0.0185 (0.02%)
GBP/USD 1.5561 +0.0002 (0.02%)
USD/CAD 1.1622 0.0000 (0.00%)
USD/HKD 7.7617 +0.0018 (0.02%)
USD/CNY 6.2297 +0.0194 (0.31%)
AUD/USD 0.8116 +0.0008 (0.10%)

Bonds

3 Month -0.01% 0.00 (0.00%)
6 Month 0.08% 0.00 (0.00%)
2 Year 0.68% -0.01 (-1.45%)
5 Year 1.74% 0.00 (0.00%)
10 Year 2.25% 0.00 (0.00%)
30 Year 2.82% +0.01 (0.36%)
Visa, MasterCard Stop Supporting Bank Cards in Crimea
The world's two largest credit and debit card companies, Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc, said on Friday they could no longer support bank cards being used in Crimea, following U.S.
Visa Won't Support Cards In Crimea Due To New Sanctions V MA  
Visa says can't support bank cards in Crimea due to US sanctions  
Market Chart
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Top stories

... * Markets on track for second straight positive week. * Trading volume light in post-holiday session. * Biotech stocks rise, but still lower on week.
Russia, poised to enter a recession, will burn through its rainy-day funds in three years if the government doesn't change the budget structure, according to Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.
The robots at Amazon.com have apparently been quite busy this week. Amazon says more than 10 million new members worldwide tried its Prime subscription service for the first time during the current holiday season.
Retailers are girding themselves for the second busiest shopping day of the year, but the day after Christmas is also known for something less beneficial to the bottom line: hordes of returns.
Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN:US) and other retailers are on pace to sell more products online than ever this holiday season, aided by early promotions and investments in delivery systems that helped avoid the widespread shipping delays of last year.

Trends

Popular searches on GoogleChange Mkt Cap
LFC China Life Insurance Company Ltd. (ADR) 7.39% 119.90B
ATO Atmos Energy Corporation 1.01% 5.60B
ACHN Achillion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. -2.72% 1.30B
ISIS ISIS Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 7.50% 7.11B
BLCM Bellicum Pharmaceuticals Inc 4.95% 516.89M
PLNR Planar Systems, Inc. 9.81% 164.32M
SYNC Synacor Inc 26.79% 52.40M
SSY Scisys Plc 1.11% 26.88M
ONCS OncoSec Medical Inc 4.31% 116.39M
KAT Katanga Mining Ltd. 0.00% 628.79M

Sector summary

Sector Change % down / up
Energy +0.35%
Basic Materials +0.88%
Industrials +0.24%
Cyclical Cons. Goods ... +0.50%
Non-Cyclical Cons. Goods... +0.29%
Financials +0.37%
Healthcare +0.71%
Technology +0.58%
Telecommunications Servi... +0.78%
Utilities +1.07%