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Tuesday Morning Market Headlines

Bank of Japan has pledged to Fed style open-ended asset purchases, with the Yen and Nkkei easing following BOJ announcement, as traders had bought the rumour and sold the fact

Fresh data from the Bundesbank show that Anglo-German trade in goods and services soared to €153bn in the first nine months of 2012 - Telegraph

S&P affirmed Portugal's BB rating, while the outlook remains negative

Japan’s Economic Minister Amari said that the government has no intention to lead the yen’s level higher or lower

Israelis Go To Polls To Elect New Parliament

Eurogroup May Extend Ireland, Portugal EFSF Loans - Bloomberg

Cyprus bailout delayed until spring. Outgoing Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker says decision on €17bn rescue package will be left until March at earliest – Guardian

Sterling hits a 9-month low, blamed on the UK’s increasing debt pile and annual deficit - CityAM

Economic data to be released this morning: UK Public Sector Net Borrowing released (9:30am), German ZEW (10:00am), UK CBI Industrial Trends (11:00am)

Data out this afternoon: US Chicago Fed National Activity Index and Canadian Retail Sales (13:30pm), US Exisisting Home Sales (15:00am)

*All times are London (GMT)

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