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The Morning Financial Market Headlines

The Yen is headed for its biggest 2-day gain since November

The spending cuts and tax hikes scheduled to hit the UK in 2013 are milder than most other advanced economies, according to a Goldman Sachs research note out yesterday

Hedge funds that use computers to follow trends lost money for a second straight year in 2012 as political debates over the U.S. fiscal cliff and Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis roiled markets – Bloomberg

The U.K. economy will have a “modest” recovery this year and business confidence is strengthening, according to the British Chambers of Commerce

The euro crisis is over, declares José Manuel Barroso - The Guardian

HSBC forecasts the pound will be trading around $1.52 against the US dollar by the end of the year, down 5pc from $1.60 at present

Equity strategists at Investec expect Britain's FTSE 100 index of leading shares to end the year up nearly 10pc at 6,650 as investor dump bonds for equities

Ireland may bring its first syndicated sovereign deal since 2010 to the markets as early as today

Banco de Valencia to lay off half of staff

Though it may sound like a joke the US is seriously considering minting a $1 trillion coin to pay of their debt - Daily Telegraph

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