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FX Daily
March 17, 2015 Posted by
The USD is a bit weaker today off an anemic U.S. economic reports (housing starts), tempering the outlook for higher interest rates as the Fed begins their two-day policy meeting.
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FX Daily
March 17, 2015 Posted by
The USD is a bit weaker today off an anemic U.S. economic reports (housing starts), tempering the outlook for higher interest rates as the Fed begins their two-day policy meeting.
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FX Outlook
March 17, 2015 Posted by
The USD is steady today despite an anemic U.S. economic report (housing starts), somewhat tempering the outlook for higher interest rates as the Fed begins their two-day policy meeting.
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FX Daily
March 16, 2015 Posted by

The week opens with a slightly weaker USD from last Friday (12-year high via the EUR), as local economic reports ahead of this week’s FOMC casts a doubt on the overall breadth of the current U.S. recovery.  The USD has been climbing amid speculation the Fed is moving closer to raising interest rates as the ECB beg

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FX Outlook; Global Edge
March 06, 2015 Posted by

In the March article, FX Monthly Outlook: Global Central Banks Pushing the U.S. Dollar Higher, discusses the general bullish tone for the U.S. dollar as we enter the end of Q1 2015.

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FX Daily
February 19, 2015 Posted by
The USD sold off yesterday after the FOMC minutes were released, alluding to a more “dovish” Fed via future rate hike(s) later in the year.  Many in the markets continue to believe the tight U.S. labor sector will work its way into positive inflation pressures and higher s/t rates (USD positive).
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FX Daily
February 18, 2015 Posted by
The USD is trading slight stronger today vs. the G10 universe as the market continues to wait for a Greek debt resolution.
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FX Daily
February 17, 2015 Posted by

The FX markets were somewhat volatile yesterday (via the U.S. holiday) as the situation in Greece continues to play out with high drama between Greece and European leaders in Brussels.  EUR initially weakened to the low 1.13’s yesterday as talks broke down over the weekend for a quick agreement over bailout terms, and raised the perceived risk of Greece leaving the euro.  Today’s turnaround (EUR strength) was more about covering shorts in the market as EUR touched 1.1450 in European trading before settling to current levels.

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