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Japan's flash non-manufacturing PMI to 51.1


Japan's flash non-manufacturing PMI declined from 51.4 to 51.1 and resumed above the threshold of 50 which is an indication of expansion.

Japan's flash non-manufacturing PMI to 51.1 and Singapore's GDP to 1.1%


Singapore's gross domestic product climbed from 0.6% to 1.1% and slightly differed from the analysts' predictions for appreciation to 1.0%.


Germany's gross domestic product rose to 0.2%. The economists and the analysts predicted the nation's GDP to appreciate 0.2%.


Spain's gross domestic product rose to 0.7%. The analysts estimated the Spanish GDP to escalate 0.7%.

Aussie and New Zealand dollar weaker

The U.S dollar gained momentum against its counterparts, the Aussie and the New Zealand dollar, following the support on the greenback amid the optimism that the U.S. economy will gain strength.

The NZD/USD traded to 0.6995, slipping 0.16%, and the AUD/USD traded at 0.7378, easing 0.08%.

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Thursday, 24 Nov, 2016 / 9:25

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