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Session Recap: Asia ends the week muted expectant on Cyprus

FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Another quiet session in the Asia-Pacific to end the trading week in the region, with very thin ranges in most of the pairs, EUR/USD 1.2900/20, USD/JPY 95.05/94.90, GBP/USD 1.5175/95, AUD/USD 1.0440/20, and so forth.

Local share markets also showed very little move in a mixed way, with Nikkei index leading the loses down -1.45%, while Korean Kospi, Australian ASX and Shanghai are slightly in the green. Unchanged commodities as well with Oil and Gold flattened.

Markets are awaiting for developments in the Cyprus crisis, with Parliament expected to hold a meeting as early as 08:00 GMT according to Financial Times, while German Ifo business sentiment climate at 09:00 GMT will also focus the attention.

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