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World markets

Shanghai 2,420.18 +29.10 (1.22%)
Nikkei 225 16,413.76 +755.56 (4.83%)
Hang Seng Index 23,998.06 +296.02 (1.25%)
TSEC 8,974.76 +86.69 (0.98%)
FTSE 100 6,546.47 +82.92 (1.28%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,113.32 +77.42 (2.55%)
CAC 40 4,233.09 +91.85 (2.22%)
S&P TSX 14,589.97 +131.28 (0.91%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,526.60 +50.40 (0.92%)
BSE Sensex 27,865.83 +519.50 (1.90%)
TA25 1,424.37 -9.66 (-0.67%)
KOSPI 1,964.43 +5.50 (0.28%)
SMI 8,837.78 +118.75 (1.36%)
ATX 2,214.70 +22.41 (1.02%)
IBOVESPA 54,041.56 +1,704.73 (3.26%)
SET 1,584.16 +18.81 (1.20%)
BIST100 80,579.66 +681.04 (0.85%)
IBEX 10,477.80 +214.10 (2.09%)
WIG 53,949.58 +457.58 (0.86%)
TASI 10,034.92
MERVAL 9,729.63 +394.29 (4.22%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.2529 -0.0080 (-0.63%)
USD/JPY 112.2050 +2.9800 (2.73%)
GBP/USD 1.5994 -0.0005 (-0.03%)
USD/CAD 1.1275 +0.0078 (0.70%)
USD/HKD 7.7551 -0.0004 (-0.01%)
USD/CNY 6.1127 -0.0018 (-0.03%)
AUD/USD 0.8798 -0.0030 (-0.34%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.00% 0.00 (NaN%)
6 Month 0.04% 0.00 (0.00%)
2 Year 0.49% -0.01 (-2.00%)
5 Year 1.60% -0.02 (-1.23%)
10 Year 2.32% -0.02 (-0.85%)
30 Year 3.05% -0.03 (-0.97%)
Shares rally, yen slumps as BOJ ramps up stimulus
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets rallied and the yen fell to a nearly seven-year low against the dollar on Friday after the Bank of Japan surprised financial markets by ramping up its massive economic stimulus program.
Stocks jump as Japan index leaps 4.8%  
Broad Rally Lifts Wall Street to Record as BoJ Bumps Up Stimulus  
Market Chart
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Top stories

The afternoon coffee run may become a thing of the past if Starbucks Corp. (SBUX:US) gets its way. The world's largest coffee-shop chain said yesterday it would offer delivery in select markets in the second half of next year.
It's been nearly four years since the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline started with a $2. But on Saturday, we'll drop below the $3 mark.
WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer spending fell for the first time in eight months in September, suggesting the economy lost some momentum heading into the fourth quarter.
The scary stuff is out there - shaky days a few weeks ago on Wall Street, Ebola, sticker shock in the dairy aisle, you name it. But consumers posted their most optimistic outlook since before the start of the Great Recession.
NEW YORK (AP) - Falling oil prices hardly seem to be bothering the two biggest U.S. oil companies, but things could get tougher in the coming months.

Trends

Popular searches on GoogleChange Mkt Cap
WETF WisdomTree Investments, Inc. 22.54% 1.52B
AEGR Aegerion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. -42.47% 970.37M
MGI Moneygram International Inc -31.57% 660.41M
GRPN Groupon Inc 22.70% 4.10B
DXJ WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity Fund 6.46% 10.41B
MELI Mercadolibre Inc 20.30% 5.17B
GRP Granite Real Estate Investment Trust 1.82B
LNKD LinkedIn Corp 12.64% 25.00B
IMPV Imperva Inc 21.37% 858.80M
EWJ iShares MSCI Japan ETF 4.53% 13.76B

Sector summary

Sector Change % down / up
Energy +0.94%
Basic Materials +0.80%
Industrials +1.00%
Cyclical Cons. Goods ... +0.95%
Non-Cyclical Cons. Goods... +0.66%
Financials +1.22%
Healthcare +0.16%
Technology +1.69%
Telecommunications Servi... +1.11%
Utilities -0.07%