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Euro Dips, Aussie Lifts, Cyprus Talks Ahead

Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013 | 7:57 AM ET
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The yen rose on a bout of profit taking by investors who had sold it earlier, but analysts said the gains may not last. [CNBC]

A disappointing Italian bond sale and worse than expected factory output data sent the euro lower. [Reuters]

Strong housing data for late 2012 and a solid consumer sentiment report for March sent the Australian dollar higher. [theaustralian.com.au]

China's central bank chief said managing inflation is the bank's first priority, as the yuan closed near a two-month high. [CNBC]

Euro zone finance ministers will meet on Friday to discuss a bailout for Cyprus. [CNBC]

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