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The short-term outlook for Turkey's lira is strong, while Hungary's forint remains vulnerable.
The krone and the krona are the strongest major currencies Friday and more supportive news appears to be coming.
Asian and euro equity markets are recovering from Thursday's drop.
The Netherlands' coalition government finds itself in a sticky situation.
The government has authorized the city of Wenzhou to explore financial liberalization, a move that has potential to broaden into national policy.
The yen is gaining and Japanese officials are concerned about the pace of the advance. Asian equities and the EuroStoxx 600 are down.
The PSI has not put closure on this chapter of the Greek tragedy.
Euro shares are flat, with Asian stocks mostly down.
Brown Brothers Harriman says there are many signs that the financial crisis continues, albeit at a lower level of intensity.
The demise of Chinese official Bo Xilai offers a window onto the opposed interests within the Communist Party.