German unemployment weakens Euro further

28 July, 2011


This morning’s German unemployment figures have added to the problems in the Eurozone, with a recorded fall of 9,000 compared to expectations of 18,000. Unemployment in the Eurozone overall is now running at 10.1%.

The Euro has weakened further (become cheaper) today while the US Dollar, which is mirroring the Euro’s movements at the moment, has strengthened.

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