The yen was headed for a seventh weekly decline as the yield advantage of Treasuries over Japanese bonds approached the widest since April 2011.
Christopher Nassetta, chief of Hilton, joined traders at the New York Stock Exchange. Brendan McDermid/Reuters Christopher Nassetta, chief of Hilton, joined traders at the New York Stock Exchange.
Stock futures pointed to a small rebound for Wall Street at Friday's open, but all indexes were set to lose for the week amid continual speculation about whether strong recent data and a budget deal will push the Federal Reserve to taper next week.
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DUBLIN�Ireland exits its bailout program this weekend, but the country remains tethered to austerity as its debts are still too high, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said Friday.