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      YTD
  NY DJIA 26,151 6.62%
  NY NASDAQ 7,909 11.42%
  London FTSE 7,421 7.86%
  Tokyo Nikkei 21,688 -0.57%
  Shanghai SSE 3,242 23.28%
  Frankfurt DAX 11,905 8.92%
  Paris CAC 40 5,456 11.14%
  Singapore SGX 3,330 7.07%
  Malaysia KLSE 1,637 -2.24%
  Thailand SET 1,663 1.73%
 
    USD EUR
  GBP 0.77 0.86
  JPY 111.13 125.22
  EUR 0.89 -
  USD - 1.13
  CNY 6.72 7.57
  CAD 1.33 1.50
  AUD 1.40 1.58
  HKD 7.84 8.83
 
      YTD
  Gold $1,308.10 4.72%
  Brent Crude $70.91 17.23%
  Silver $15.19 2.43%
  Platinum $892.02 10.70%
  Natural Gas $2.70 -34.31%
  Wheat $459.50 -12.89%
   
    Updated On 10-04-2019
 
Glossary of Terms
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Paid-up share capital
This is the money paid on shares allotted to the members.
PAVE
An employer collects income tax and national insurance are collected from employees' pay and pays it to the Inland Revenue. This system is called Pay As You Earn (PAVE).
Payee
This is the person money is being paid to.
Payment countermanded
If a bank's customer asks the bank not to pay a cheque, the bank may write 'payment countermanded' on the cheque before it is sent back.
Payment protection insurance
This insurance covers people's finance agreement repayments if they cannot work because of long-term illness or redundancy.
Pension benefits
The pensions and lump sums people receive from their private pensions are called pension benefits.
Pension mortgage
This is a mortgage which will be repaid out of the lump sum from a pension policy or retirement annuity.
Pensionable age
This is the age people have to reach to be entitled to draw their state pension.
PEP
This stood for personal equity plan. It was a way of investing in stocks and shares through a Government scheme.
Permanent assurance
This is life assurance cover on someone for the rest of their life.
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