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This morning in London: The FTSE 100 is currently up five points at 6804.
FX and commodities: GBP/USD is down 42 pips at $1.6396, EUR/USD is down 43 pips at $1.3637 and USD/JPY is up eight pips at ¥104.28. Brent crude is down three cents at $106.20 and gold is trading at $1240, down $5.
Stocks: RSA has confirmed plans to raise £775 million through a rights issue. British advertising and public relations company WPP reported record profits in 2013 and has stepped up its share-buyback programme. Property developer Barratt Developments has seen an increase in its full-year profits of 162% (no, not a typo). RBS has posted a full-year loss of £8.2 billion, struggling under restructuring costs and a plethora of fines from numerous financial regulators for a range of historical indiscretions. BAT has also seen its full-year profits increase by 6%.
The day ahead: We have a packed day of economic data today, with German unemployment change, EU money supply and private loans to be reported in the morning. In the US, unemployment claims, durable goods and natural gas figures are expected, and Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen will be testifying in front of the Senate Banking Committee.
All figures correct at 8.15am. All times London time.