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CIO Vantage Point
December 13, 2013 Posted by
Budget deal, earnings feel, and trading repeal.
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FX Daily
December 13, 2013 Posted by
The pound and euro fell again against the dollar as traders took some reprieve after a stellar run for both currencies over the past week.
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FX Daily
December 12, 2013 Posted by
The Aussie fell over 1% this morning to a 3-month low against the dollar after Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens commented that the currency should be closer to 0.85 cents USD to spur the country’s economy.
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FX Daily
December 11, 2013 Posted by
The dollar recovered this morning after a budget agreement was reached last night by lead negotiators for the House and Senate.
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SVB in the community
December 11, 2013 Posted by
InnVision The Way Home, part of the InnVision Shelter Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless families and individuals in Silicon Valley and San Francisco return to permanent housing in the Bay Area.
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SVB in the community
December 11, 2013 Posted by
During SVB’s 30 Years|30 Causes campaign, a team of 23 from our Pleasanton office updated the staff offices of the Mt. Diablo Center for Adult Day Healthcare in Pleasant Hill, CA with the assistance of HandsOn Bay Area.
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FX Daily
December 10, 2013 Posted by
The dollar weakened across the board as the euro rallied for a sixth consecutive day, while the pound looks to test its 2 year high as today’s report on industrial production in the U.K. indicates that its economy continues to recover.
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FX Daily
December 09, 2013 Posted by
The yen continued its slide to start the week, as investors are looking to other higher yielding assets given the recent run with equity markets. The Canadian dollar was also weaker after posting a slower housing start for November.
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