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July 14, 2011
Anna Wisniewska from Warsaw Stock Exchange looks at the WIG 20 and WIG 40 index in Warsaw July 14, 2011....
Warsaw, Poland
Anna Wisniewska from Warsaw Stock Exchange looks at the WIG 20 and WIG 40 index in Warsaw
Anna Wisniewska from Warsaw Stock Exchange looks at the WIG 20 and WIG 40 index in Warsaw July 14, 2011. Emerging stocks seesawed around flat on Thursday while currencies fell against the dollar and euro as fears for the United States' gold-plated credit rating ended the previous session's fragile rally in riskier asset classes. In central Europe, recent below-forecast inflation data is also leading investors to scale down rate rise expectations, fuelling a rally in local bonds but hitting currencies across the region -- the Polish zloty, Hungarian forint and Czech crown are trading just off multi-week lows to the euro. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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