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Stocks ended mostly lower on Wall Street, giving up a modest gain from earlier in the day after Federal Reserve chairman Janet Yellen gave an upbeat assessment of the economy.
Sterling turned volatile on Friday and the London market pushed higher as investors reacted to a much-anticipated speech from the US Federal Reserve.
By Staff Reporter Internet auction site eBay has blamed its former sister company PayPal for forcing it to shut down its European headquarters in Ireland, which employs 150 people.
Janet Yellen, the head of the US Federal Reserve, has signalled that US interest rates could rise following a strong performance from the world's largest economy.
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