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PARIS (AP) - Airbus Chief Louis Gallois has hit back at his American rival's claim that designers are still working on the revamped A350 XWB, saying customers would not have gambled on the midsize, long-range plane if they didn't know what they were getting.
Expectations of a further interest rate hike and the improving economic fundamentals in the European Union (EU) are anticipated to keep the euro strong, economists say.
Analysts are generally bearish on the yen while an economist expects its movement to remain erratic.
Shares on Bursa Malaysia recouped losses for the third day after the recent sell-down as institutional funds sought more bargains.
FINALLY, the inevitable is beginning to unfold, with the US dollar climbing down from dizzy heights. There has been a consensus among the analysts for quite a while that the strong dollar was neither sustainable nor desirable, given the huge budget and current account US deficits.