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Money Minute Wednesday 4 December: Britain's economic sentiment and American job figures
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Money Minute Wednesday 4 December: Britain's economic sentiment and American job figures

Today's Money Minute looks ahead to the UK's latest all-sector PMI survey, and America's private payrolls report.
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