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Wednesday 26th November 2014 
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FX Pairs Remain in Narrow Ranges
Most of the action on FX markets remained within relatively narrow ranges yesterday. The euro managed to hold onto its slightly firmer tone. Although, as we mentioned yesterday, this is likely to prove only temporary…….
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As at 07.50 Wednesday, 26 Nov 2014

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PRESSURE MOUNTS ON THE ECB: * Further poor data are expected in the coming days as concerns grow that the Eurozone could follow Japan back into recession….* Mario Draghi, stated last week that the ECB is prepared to broaden its asset buying pr...
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As at: 15.04 Friday, 21 Nov 2014

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* Global growth disappoints again this year....* ECB hints it will do some more easing …..* Modest rate increases expected in US and UK from next year on….* Yen under pressure again …. * Bond yields at very low levels everywhere…..
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IRISH ECONOMY WATCH: * Manufacturing output up strongly in September—rises by 21% YoY in Q3…* Services index shows robust growth of 1.3% in Q3 after Q2’s 1.6% increase….* Construction PMI jumps to 64.9 in October, a 10 year high. New orders c...
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