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LONDON, Dec 2 A broadly stronger sterling posted a fifth consecutive week of gains against the euro on Friday, its best run in nine months, as investors' fears over a "hard Brexit" that would see Britain lose access to the European Union's single market eased.
LONDON, Dec 5 The euro rebounded from 21-month lows on Monday, clawing back almost all the ground it had lost overnight after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi conceded defeat in a referendum on plans to reform the country's constitution and said he would resign.
* Some assets ease on Italian vote, but impact is muted * Surprise S&P lift in Polish rating outlook provides cushion * Forint, zloty ease a shade but off multi-month lows * Polish bonds rebound, Warsaw leads regional equities rise By Sandor Peto and Jakub Iglewski BUDAPEST/WARSAW, Dec 5 Poland's surprise credit rating outlook upgrade from Standard & Poor's helped central European assets to shrug off the impact of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's fall on Mon
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