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Advisories; FX Outlook; Global Edge
October 08, 2014 Posted by

The U.S. dollar was strong against the other major currencies throughout September after more hawkish comments from the Federal Reserve and solid economic data.

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FX Daily
October 07, 2014 Posted by
The euro weakened as German industrial production fell the most since 2009, declining 4% in August.
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FX Daily
October 06, 2014 Posted by
The dollar started the week slightly weaker, on very little economic news after the strong employment data last Friday.
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Observation Deck; Treasury Management
October 01, 2014 Posted by

SVB Asset Management’s monthly Observation Deck newsletter covers current topics on portfolio management, credit considerations and market events that influence investment strategy. The main article for the October edition, “Fantasy Points,” addresses the various considerations taken to monitoringportfolios consistent with business needs and market conditions.

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FX Daily
October 01, 2014 Posted by
The strong dollar theme continues, with the USD once again starting the day out higher against all of the majors
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FX Daily
September 30, 2014 Posted by
The trend remains your friend as the USD is once again grinding higher against most
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FX Daily
September 29, 2014 Posted by
There are demonstrations in Hong Kong, as protesters are demanding the head of Hong Kong to step down and the country to move towards. The clashes, which saw anti-riot police use tear
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FX Daily
September 26, 2014 Posted by
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is working to convince German Prime Minister Angela Merkel that Greece can now handle an early exit from their bailout program. Earlier in April, Greece issued debt for the first time in 4 years and yields on the nation’s ten year note have fallen from a record high of 44.21% to 5.47%, which is less than yields of similar debt issued by Iceland and Mexico.
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