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This morning in London: The FTSE 100 is currently up 25 points at 6699.
FX and commodities: GBP/USD is down 21 pips at $1.6203, EUR/USD is down 21 pips at $1.3535 and USD/JPY is up 49 pips at ¥101.75. Brent crude is down 224 cents at $108.74 and gold is trading at $1233, down $10.30.
Stocks: Poundland has taken a step further down the road towards floating, and an early 2014 date now looks almost certain. For the second week in a row John Lewis has seen sales figures jump, most recently driven up by cold-weather-wear. Rolls-Royce Group has ensured future work with a contract for the F-35 worth $215 million. There are fresh troubles brewing for the banks, as Royal Bank of Scotland comes under the microscope for its handling of closures when dealing with struggling small firms.
The day ahead: It will be a very thin day for economic data, with BBA mortgage approvals due at 9.30am and US pending home sale figures released at 3pm.
All figures correct at 8.15am. All times London time.