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The euro against the dollar shows a high volatility. Today, the euro reached a five-week low against the dollar and the yen amid growing fears of investors about the ability of European countries to cope with the debt crisis. Yields on ten-year gosbondam Italy at auction on Wednesday fell by 29 basis points - to 6.79%, the papers in Spain - 9 points - to 6.25%. According to the sources to Bloomberg, most of these papers concern the European countries became the ECB. The pressure on the single currency has also information that a representative of the EU Juncker called the "high" and "an alarming" levels of debt in Germany. A new Greek Prime Papademosa said that the crisis has spread from the periphery to the core of the regional economy, and said that the need for a more radical intervention, since the existing EU mechanisms are not adequate.
Over time, the euro rebounded against the dollar, along with an increase in major U.S. stock indices, influenced by favorable macro data and the sharp increase in oil prices.Published today in the U.S. statistics reported to investors that consumer prices fell in October by 0.1%, while industrial growth was 0.7%. Net investments of nonresidents in U.S. assets in September was higher than analysts' expectations.
The British pound fell against the dollar after the Bank of England lowered forecasts for economic growth and inflation, as expected, signaling the introduction of a new fiscal stimulus in coming months. As the market was ready for such statements, the pound was able to hold their positions. At the same time in the UK in October, the number of complaints of employment increased by 5.3 million with the expected 21.0 thousand, as a percentage of the number of jobseekers was 5.0%, forecast 5.1%.
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