Denmark Gross Domestic Product (YoY) dipped from previous 3.4%to 3.2% in 3Q

Denmark Gross Domestic Product (YoY) dipped from previous 3.4%to 3.2% in 3Q

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EUR/USD clings to gains above 1.0600 after US data Premium

EUR/USD continues to trade in positive territory above 1.0600 in the second half of the day on Friday. The data from the US showed that the annual core PCE inflation declined to 4.7% in November from 5% in October and made it difficult for the US Dollar to gather strength.


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