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This morning in London: The FTSE 100 is currently down 46 points at 6749.
FX and commodities: GBP/USD is up nine pips at $1.6687 EUR/USD is up four pips at $1.3737 and USD/JPY is down 48 pips at ¥101.81. Brent crude is down 35 cents at $110.05 and gold is trading at $1313, up $2.50.
Stocks: Drinks container manufacturer Rexam has posted a 4% increase in pre-tax profits. In the latest blow to Scottish independence, Lloyds has confirmed it will not be basing TSB north of the border, after it has been floated. Although BAE Systems has posted figures in line with expectations, its gloomy outlook for the year ahead and the continuing reduction in US military spending has seen it reduce its earnings outlook for 2014 by 5-10% .
The day ahead: Overnight we saw slightly weaker HSBC flash manufacturing figures out for China. This morning will also see manufacturing and service PMI figures for France, Germany and the EU. The US unemployment claims and CPI statistics will be released this afternoon, along with the Philadelphia Federal manufacturing index.
All figures correct at 8.15am. All times London time.