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Dealers noted speculators had begun selling in light volume as prices came under pressure again from a weaker real.
They started school on the same day, And both were treated in the same way, But the weaker boy could not keep pace, With the rest of the class and lost that race.
CHOOSING a weaker beer, cider, wine or spirit down the pub could boost your health.
weaker may f" | PEOPLE who suffer seasonal allergies are being urged to enter their symptoms into free app #BritainBreathing so experts can compare the data to information on pollen counts, pollution levels and weather.
Global Banking News-August 18, 2015--RBA sees advantage in weaker currency
A weaker currency will make USD-denominated oil (and other commodities) relatively more expensive for Chinese importers, all else being equal.
TOKYO, March 13 (KUNA) -- Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said Friday that a weaker yen is positive for Japan's economy, after the US dollar rose to a nearly eight-year high against the Japanese yen earlier this week.
New Delhi, June 20 ( ANI ): Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Friday said that she chose to remain unmarried to serve people from the weaker sections of society, and therefore, nobody could accuse her of nepotism.
2 to three percent, citing low investment levels and weaker than expected growth of the mining sector and poor global environment.
The peso is expected to remain weak against the US dollar due to policymakers' bias for a weaker local currency, New York-based Global Source said.
7 billion, thanks to robust overseas sales, a weaker yen, and cost cutting.
our projections stemmed from weaker revenue on low-marginal bunkering services (declined 30% YoY, USD 20mn short of our expectations) and to some extent due to weaker revenue from handling alongside the rouble effect.