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WireTap 0900 12/03/12

A round-up of the key stories across the specialist financial media, including news that China's disappointing export growth highlights the patchy nature of global economic recovery


Shares soft in wake of China data

Equities and commodities have started the week somewhat on the back foot as disappointing China export growth highlights the patchy nature of global economic recovery.

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Vietnam Central Bank to cut rates

Vietnam's central bank said it is cutting three key policy rates on dong-denominated loans as of Tuesday. 

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Dollar hits one-month high versus euro after jobs data 

The dollar hit its highest level in nearly a month versus the euro on Monday after last week's upbeat jobs data suggested the US economy might not be in dire need of further monetary stimulus from the Federal Reserve.

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Transaction tax could boost London role 

French-led push for a European financial-transaction tax will redound to the benefit of London.

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Temenos drops out of Misys bid race  

Temenos has walked away from its $2 billion bid for Misys after failing to agree terms with the FTSE 250 banking software company.

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