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Middle East Tensions Were Again a Significant Market Factor
Middle East tensions were again a significant market factor and there was further violence in North Africa with a particular focus on Libya. There were signs that the dollar may now gain some support from the tensions given the possibility of a wider ...
Dollar, Yen Advance on Middle-East Violence; Kiwi Slumps After EarthquakeBloomberg
FOREX-Dollar climbs on Middle East fears; NZ quake hits KiwiReuters
Dollar, Yen Rise as Middle East Concern Spurs Safety DemandSan Francisco Chronicle
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