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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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FX Daily
November 29, 2013 Posted by
The FX trading hours will close at 10:30am PST today.
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FX Daily
November 19, 2013 Posted by
The Australian dollar rose for the third straight day after comments coming from the PBOC that it intends to exit from normal currency intervention in the foreign exchange market and will widen the yuan’s trading band accordingly over time.
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FX Daily
November 18, 2013 Posted by
The week started off on a quiet note, with little global news to move the markets. The dollar weakened a bit against most other currencies ahead of speeches from several Fed officials later today.
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FX Daily
November 01, 2013 Posted by
The dollar was stronger this morning, as speculations for a rate cut from the ECB drove the euro down for a fifth consecutive day.
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FX Daily
October 31, 2013 Posted by
The EUR is weaker today against the USD after the release of inflation and employment reports. The weak data is fueling speculations that the ECB will cut rates to support the region's recovery.
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FX Daily
October 30, 2013 Posted by
The USD is slightly weaker going into the FOMC news conference later today. The expected "no action" policy statement by the Fed via their QE program will be followed up with comments related to the recent government shutdown.
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FX Daily
October 29, 2013 Posted by
The dollar strengthened against its peers as the market prepares for the FOMC decision tomorrow. Retail sales data and PPI were mostly in line with forecasts, indicating that consumer buying remains stable and inflation continues to be benign.
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