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12/17/2017 08:17 AM

Weaker pound helps FTSE 100 outperforms continental European ...
Financial Times
London's main stock index is the standout performer in Europe, as more pressure on the pound draws investors into the FTSE 100. Sterling weakness flatters revenue earned abroad when it is repatriated into pounds, and helps make UK exports more ...

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12/15/2017 02:08 PM

The New Indian Express

Yes Bank to join list of 30 most tracked stocks in BSE Sensex from Monday
The New Indian Express
NEW DELHI: Yes Bank will join the list of 30 most tracked stocks in the bellwether index S&P BSE Sensex from next week. Yes Bank will be included in the S&P BSE Sensex comprising of 30 companies with effect from December 18, 2017, Yes Bank said in a ...
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12/15/2017 10:00 AM

Focus Taiwan News Channel

Taiwan shares end down as Apple concept stocks move lower
Focus Taiwan News Channel
"The bellwether electronics sector fell, as Largan faced selling, with investors refocusing on the company's unsatisfactory sales for November and its caution about its December figure, which dragged down other Apple concept stocks," Chu said. Largan ...

12/15/2017 09:13 AM

Yonhap News

Seoul stocks end higher on bargain hunting - Yonhap News Agency
Yonhap News
South Korean stocks ended higher Friday as institutions became net buyers on bargain hunting. The Korean won fell against the dollar. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index rose 12.59 points, or 0.51 percent, to close at 2482.07. Trade volume ...
Seoul stocks open higher on institutional buyingThe Investor

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12/15/2017 07:13 AM

Tech stocks on track for another record year in 2018 - ABC News
ABC News
After driving the overall domestic market to dozens of new highs this year, the tech sector is poised for another stellar year in 2018. Led by Amazon, Apple, Alphabet (Google), Netflix and Facebook, tech will probably remain the energizer bunny of ...

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12/14/2017 08:06 PM