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FX Daily
March 10, 2015 Posted by
The U.S. dollar is crushing its counterparts today as traders are predicting a Fed rate increase sooner than expected.
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FX Daily
March 09, 2015 Posted by
The dollar is trading slightly weaker to start the week. The euro is holding steady in light of the ECB starting its bond purchase program.
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FX Outlook; Global Edge
March 06, 2015 Posted by

In the March article, FX Monthly Outlook: Global Central Banks Pushing the U.S. Dollar Higher, discusses the general bullish tone for the U.S. dollar as we enter the end of Q1 2015.

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FX Daily
March 05, 2015 Posted by

There is no reprieve for the EUR. The EUR fell again to levels not seen since early 2000's as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi unveiled details of sovereign-debt purchases designed to increase inflation and restore economic growth. The euro has slumped 5.9 percent this year, the worst performer o

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FX Daily
March 04, 2015 Posted by
The euro slid to the weakest level since 2003 as reports showed Europe’s economic-growth outlook diverging from the U.S. as the European Central Bank prepares to add.....
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FX Daily
March 03, 2015 Posted by
The Australian dollar led currencies of commodity-producing nations higher after the nation’s central bank refrained....
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Observation Deck; Treasury Management; U.S.
March 03, 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.  The main article for the March edition, “Portfolio Yield Curve Strategies," explains the factors that lead to changes in yield curve shape and the effect these changes have on fixed income securities.

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FX Daily
March 02, 2015 Posted by
China’s yuan fell to the lowest in more than two years, money-market rates dropped and most stocks advanced after the central bank cut benchmark borrowing ....
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