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Forex traders look ahead to RBNZ rate decision, US retail sales, and news this weekend from the Treasury regarding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
VIDEO Focus on rugby The boys look ahead to the weekend and discuss the hot debate in Welsh rugby - low crowds at the regions BLOG WalesOnline.
While it would seem easy to lose concentration and look ahead to a home-and-home series against Western Conference-leading San Jose to end the season, the first order of business is Dallas tonight.
They will look at what happened the previous day and look ahead to upcoming events.
Meanwhile, traders have begun to look ahead to the holiday shopping season.
RICKY Hatton knows he cannot afford to look ahead to projected super-fights in front of six-figure crowds when he steps back into the ring against Juan Lazcano in Manchester tomorrow night.
E[acute accent]"With the successful transformation of the company's culture and the focusing of our business strategy in the past several years under Bob's leadership, MetLife can look ahead to a new era of growth as we serve the financial security needs of Americans and an expanding global middle class," Mr.
As we look ahead to 2005, the software industry is on solid ground and is positioned for growth," said Massachusetts Software Council chairman Paul Egerman.