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Euro Advances as Draghi Sees Recovery, Spain Exceeds Sale Target
Emma Charlton, ©2013 Bloomberg News
Published 6:36 am, Thursday, January 10, 2013
Jan. 10 (Bloomberg) — The euro rose to the strongest since July 2011 against the yen after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the economy should gradually recover and the decision to refrain from cutting interest rates was unanimous.
The 17-nation currency gained the most in almost four months against the dollar after Spain sold more than the maximum target at its first debt auction of the year, adding to signs the financial crisis is easing. The yen fell for a second day against the dollar on speculation Japanese policy makers will boost stimulus that tends to weaken the currency. Australia’s currency gained after Chinese imports increased.
Spain Loan Delinquencies Defaulted Loans (millions of euros) – Bloomberg
Spain Total Corporate Deposits (millions of euros) – Bloomberg
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