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2013. dec. 3.

Asian shares were trading mixed on Friday, as Japanese shares eased from a six-year high this week in thin trade, following the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday.
European stocks remained higher on Thursday, despite a disappointing German data as markets continued to watch political developments in Germany and Italy, while trade volumes were expected to remain low with U.S. markets closed.
Meanwhile, investors remain focused on events in Germany, after Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Conservative party reached a deal on Wednesday to form a coalition government with the Social Democrats, following weeks of negotiations.
The EUR is trading higher against most of the major currencies this morning, after yesterday’s upbeat German and Spanish inflation figures raised speculation of an uptick in the preliminary reading of Eurozone consumer price inflation for November.
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