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News roundup: Wednesday's main stories at 5pm

Central banks take action on liquidity; shares surge; ECB buying Irish bonds; AIB says impaired loans increasing; Ryanair says unaffected by British strike

30th November, 2011
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A roundup of the main business stories at Wednesday 5pm.

* The Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and other central banks join forces to reduce bank funding costs.

* The European Central Bank has been buying three and five year Irish government bonds since last Friday, according to market sources.

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