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FX Outlook
June 02, 2009 Posted by
Bond markets around the world have had a rough month, as talk of a global recovery and concerns about monetary and fiscal stimulus have sent yields soaring.
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FX Outlook
May 26, 2009 Posted by
There is clearly more optimism about the prospects for a global recovery than there was a couple of months ago and equity markets have rallied as a result.
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FX Outlook
May 19, 2009 Posted by
Market commentators are always talking about risk aversion or risk appetite.
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FX Outlook
May 12, 2009 Posted by
Despite the fact that India is a relatively closed economy, it has not escaped the global financial meltdown.
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FX Outlook
May 05, 2009 Posted by
Or is it the other way around? First, we've had a strong one-month run in U.S. stocks, led by cyclicals, pushing the S&P 500 up 27 percent in April and finally turning it positive for 2009.
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FX Outlook
April 28, 2009 Posted by
The first quarter of 2009 has come and gone, and despite the daily barrage of good and bad news
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FX Outlook
April 21, 2009 Posted by
With the outbreak of the global financial crisis last year, risk averse investors have been buying risk-haven currencies such as USD and JPY against other major and emerging market currencies.
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FX Outlook
April 14, 2009 Posted by
The Japanese are getting more than their money's worth from Prime Minister Taro Aso's recent visit to London.
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FX Outlook
April 07, 2009 Posted by
A "quantum shakeup" is how Laurence Hayward described what has been happening in the global financial markets in the last 18 months.
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FX Outlook
March 31, 2009 Posted by
In the early days of this housing and financial crisis, many thought that parts of the global economy might escape unscathed.
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