LONDON - London equity indexes rose on Friday, led by Royal Bank of Scotland, after Scottish voters rejected independence, prompting a relief rally from investors who had been concerned the United Kingdom might break up.
NEW YORK - The dollar gained against a basket of major currencies on Friday, posting its 10th consecutive week of gains, as investors bet U.S. interest rates would rise more quickly than had been expected. | Video
LONDON - Spanish bonds and stocks were Europe's top performers on Friday as markets viewed Scotland's vote against independence as diminishing prospects of a stronger push for secession in Catalonia.
SYDNEY - Sterling pushed sharply higher in Asian trade on Friday as the first result reported in the Scottish independence vote went to the unionist camp.
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