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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Adding weight to the turn-around in market sentiment, according to NAB FX Strategists, "has been more disappointing news from Europe (Germany specifically) and uncertainty ahead of the Greek parliamentary vote expected in the coming few hours (debate is currently underway)." The bank believes that unless the austerity bill has a safe passage through parliament, "the Greek reform bill will deal a further sharp blow to sentiment and hurt the euro."