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FX Daily
March 14, 2014 Posted by
The yen has been the big winner today, rising for a fifth day in a row as investors continue to look for safe havens ahead of the referendum that may lead to Crimea’s succession.
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FX Daily
March 13, 2014 Posted by
The dollar is getting crushed against all of its major counterparts this morning on U.S. retail sales. The euro reached the highest level in more than two years as the ECB signaled continued support for the region’s recovery.
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FX Daily
March 12, 2014 Posted by
The euro and yen are stronger this morning as traders are favoring safe haven currencies ahead of reports on Chinese retail sales and factory output.
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FX Daily
March 11, 2014 Posted by
The euro fell after a three-day rally as traders scale back given the recent valuation run. The Aussie and kiwi are moving higher today on expectations that the Reserve Bank of New Zealand will raise its Official Cash Rate to 2.75% from 2.5% on Thursday.
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FX Daily
March 10, 2014 Posted by
Asian-Pacific currencies fell after a report showed that Chinese exports fell sharply in February. The Aussie dropped half a percent along with the Korean won and Malaysian ringgit.
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FX Daily
February 14, 2014 Posted by
The dollar extended its losses against most of its peers after a lackluster report on factory output. In addition, steady growth in Europe provided another boost to both the euro and pound.
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FX Daily
February 13, 2014 Posted by
The dollar fell after a report showed that retail sales in the U.S. were lower than expected last month. The weak numbers were affected by bad weather over the past month.
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FX Daily
February 12, 2014 Posted by
The pound rallied early after BOE Governor Carney reiterated his pledge to maintain a low rate environment, even as the U.K. economy has improved over the past year.
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