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Share Price: 161.34
Bid: 161.22
Ask: 161.26
Change: 1.74 (1.09%)
Spread: 0.04 (0.02%)
Open: 162.00
High: 164.02
Low: 160.28
Yest. Close: 159.60
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Thursday broker round-up

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Barclays subsidiary completes South African deal

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Wednesday newspaper round-up: Spain, Barclays, Ireland

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