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Observation Deck; Treasury Management; U.S.
July 01, 2015 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. In the main article for the July edition, “The Race is On,” Ninh Chung advises what companies should do to prepare for anticipated market changes.
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FX Daily
June 30, 2015 Posted by
The euro is stuck in reverse once again as no agreement is at hand and the Greek government is now asking for a new 2-year bailout program.
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FX Daily
June 29, 2015 Posted by
The euro is recovering much of its loss as Greek Prime Minister Tsipras rejected the latest aid proposal and called a referendum for a vote on July 5.
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FX Daily
June 25, 2015 Posted by
The EUR traded its tightest range in a month versus the dollar as Greece’s negotiations with its creditors continue and it is looking increasingly likely that they will go to the wire. Dueling proposals and a failure to find a compromise....
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FX Daily
June 19, 2015 Posted by
Euro has weakened with no deal on Greece yet. As expected, ECB raised Emergency Lending Cap for Greek.....
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FX Daily
June 18, 2015 Posted by
Broad based USD squeeze continues.  It seems the Fed is taking a more prudent approach with the ongoing Greek negotiation, setting a higher data bar for the first rate hike. 
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Startups; Technology
June 18, 2015 Posted by
A look back at Silicon Valley Bank's recent Virtual Reality event bringing together hardware and software developers, entertainment companies, academic researchers and 60 investors to pollinate ideas for moving VR from fiction to fruition.
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FX Daily
June 17, 2015 Posted by
Market is not expecting explicit comments for the first rate hike but expecting the Fed dots to shift lower.  Immediate focus will probably be on the end-2015 median
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