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This morning in London: The FTSE 100 is currently down 32 points at 6618.
FX and commodities: GBP/USD is up 49 pips at $1.6418, EUR/USD is up 16 pips at $1.3605 and USD/JPY is up seven pips at ¥102.51. Brent crude is down five cents at $110.05 and gold is trading at $1244, down $9.
Stocks: Online retailers are preparing for a strong day of sales on what has been dubbed ‘Cyber Monday’. Visa expects UK shoppers to spend over £5000 per second today. John Lewis hopes to receive 80,000 orders, and Amazon is expecting over 3.5 million, as festive spending escalates.
The day ahead: The UK trade delegation including David Cameron is off to tour China. Manufacturing PMI figures are due for release across Europe and the US today. Fed chairman Ben Bernanke will be speaking ahead of the start of US trading.
All figures correct at 8.40am. All times London time.