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Markets Turn Attention to US GDP
There was a generally subdued tone to financial markets yesterday, with the Fed statement not having much lasting impact. Major equity indices were broadly flat on both sides of the Atlantic…………….
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As at 07.55 Friday, 30 Jan 2015

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FOCUS TURNS TO US DATA * The euro stabilised following its recent sharp losses, despite a further marked fall in Eurozone inflation that took the annual HICP rate deeper into negative territory….* Meanwhile, bond markets continued to rally las...
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As at: 15.26 Friday, 30 Jan 2015

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Steep fall in oil prices adds to weak inflationary…* Central banks in strongly growing economies may well have to hike rates this year…* EECB expected to launch a major QE government bond purchase programme soon…* Euro at key support levels a...
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IRISH ECONOMY WATCH: CSO manufacturing data show very strong rise, but are distorted by outsourcing abroad…* Growth in services falls back in November, but YoY rate remains strong at 6%...* Construction PMI average for Q4 (63.8) suggests stronge...
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