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Currencies

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GBP/USD 1.5250 -0.0014 (-0.09%)
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USD/HKD 7.7558 +0.0005 (0.01%)
USD/CNY 6.2638 -0.0035 (-0.06%)
AUD/USD 0.7811 -0.0012 (-0.15%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.01% 0.00 (0.00%)
6 Month 0.07% -0.01 (-12.50%)
2 Year 0.65% 0.00 (0.00%)
5 Year 1.59% 0.00 (0.00%)
10 Year 2.12% +0.02 (0.95%)
30 Year 2.72% +0.03 (1.12%)
AbbVie to buy leukemia drugmaker Pharmacyclics for $21B
AbbVie Inc. said Thursday it is buying leukemia drugmaker Pharmacyclics for $21 billion, its first major deal since pulling out of the Shire takeover for tax reasons.
AbbVie Makes Cancer Therapy Push With a $21 Billion Deal  
AbbVie to Pay $21 Billion for Pharmacyclics, Maker of a Promising Cancer Drug  
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Janet Yellen was doubtful in 2009 that an emerging U.S. economic recovery would be at all robust and argued for the Federal Reserve to ramp up its efforts to boost growth, according to transcripts of that year's policy meetings released by the central bank ...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China plans to run its biggest budget deficit in 2015 since the global financial crisis, stepping up spending as Premier Li Keqiang signaled that the lowest rate of growth in a quarter of a century is the "new normal" for the world's No.2 ...
BERLIN, March 5 (Reuters) - German industrial orders fell far more than forecast in January, posting their largest drop since August, data showed on Thursday, casting a shadow over what had previously looked like a strong start to 2015 for Europe's largest ...
NICOSIA/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Keen to keep a low profile over the Greek crisis, the European Central Bank will focus on improved growth prospects on Thursday and unveil some but not all the details of its 1 trillion euros-plus bond buying plan.
Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi, seen here, said Saudi Arabia won't cut output unless customers refuse to buy its crude. Photographer: Samuel Kubani/AFP via Getty Images.

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