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Feb 27 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 3,336.28 +25.98 (0.78%)
Nikkei 225 18,826.88 +28.94 (0.15%)
Hang Seng Index 24,887.44 +64.15 (0.26%)
TSEC 9,601.36 -20.74 (-0.22%)
FTSE 100 6,967.05 +20.39 (0.29%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,604.87 +5.87 (0.16%)
CAC 40 4,940.55 -10.93 (-0.22%)
S&P TSX 15,234.34
S&P/ASX 200 5,958.90 +30.10 (0.51%)
BSE Sensex 29,459.14 +97.64 (0.33%)
TA25 1,534.00 -1.17 (-0.08%)
SMI 9,031.48 +16.95 (0.19%)
ATX 2,511.82 +16.61 (0.67%)
IBOVESPA 51,583.09 -177.45 (-0.34%)
SET 1,582.14 -4.87 (-0.31%)
BIST100 84,531.32 +383.81 (0.46%)
IBEX 11,229.70 +51.40 (0.46%)
WIG 53,353.92 +49.71 (0.09%)
TASI 9,371.49 +18.86 (0.20%)
MERVAL 9,606.04 +235.36 (2.51%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.1223 +0.0062 (0.56%)
USD/JPY 119.7845 -0.0305 (-0.03%)
GBP/USD 1.5414 +0.0009 (0.06%)
USD/CAD 1.2493 -0.0023 (-0.19%)
USD/HKD 7.7549 +0.0012 (0.02%)
USD/CNY 6.2709 +0.0058 (0.09%)
AUD/USD 0.7789 +0.0005 (0.06%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.01% 0.00 (0.00%)
6 Month 0.06% 0.00 (0.00%)
2 Year 0.62% -0.01 (-1.59%)
5 Year 1.50% -0.02 (-1.32%)
10 Year 1.99% -0.02 (-1.00%)
30 Year 2.59% -0.03 (-1.15%)
Euro-Area Consumer-Price Slump Eases as ECB Set to Start QE
(Bloomberg) -- Euro-area consumer prices fell less than economists forecast last month, offering some relief to the European Central Bank as it prepares to put its unprecedented bond-buying program into action.
European Prices Continue to Fall, Fueling Concerns  
Euro zone prices fall by less than expected in February  
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Britain's economy has shown signs of continued strength after growing 2.6 percent in 2014 as the decline in oil prices lowers input costs, helping companies at a time of weak growth in the euro area.
... * Dollar hits 11-year high after China rate cut * India keeps gold import duty (Updates throughout, changes dateline from SINGAPORE) By Clara Denina LONDON, March 2 (Reuters) - Gold rose to its highest level in nearly two weeks on Monday, shrugging ...
HONG KONG, March 2 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares edged up on Monday after China's central bank cut interest rates to support the slowing economy.
Companies get a better return on investment buying back shares than hiring employees or investing in capital equipment. Buying back a company's own shares is so attractive, it even makes sense to fire employees and reinvest the savings to do so.
After decades of shop floor and political campaigning, US retailers are finally finally beginning to increase their minimum wages.

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Energy +0.21%
Basic Materials +0.13%
Industrials -0.41%
Cyclical Cons. Goods ... -0.22%
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Financials -0.27%
Healthcare -0.54%
Technology -0.49%
Telecommunications Servi... +0.03%
Utilities +0.20%