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FX Daily
March 18, 2016 Posted by
March madness in the FX markets subsided after a busy week with back to back to back central bank decisions.
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FX Daily
March 16, 2016 Posted by

The USD is higher across the board this morning, but volumes remain light ahead of the FOMC at 2pm. 

 
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FX Daily
March 15, 2016 Posted by
Risk is off again as stocks and commodities retraced lower with crude down -2.5% to $36.20.
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Fraud Prevention; Treasury Management
March 14, 2016 Posted by
Fraudsters are putting a new twist on imposter or business email compromise fraud. The fraud still starts out with a spoofed or compromised email address appearing to be from an executive, but instead of sending an email asking for a wire to be processed, the fraudster is asking for employees’ W-2 documents. 
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FX Daily
March 14, 2016 Posted by

The USD is trading firmer and markets are more stable ahead of more central bank rate decisions this week. 

 
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FX Daily
March 11, 2016 Posted by
Markets are still trying to make sense of yesterday’s price action after Draghi watered down QE3 by signaling there was little room to cut rates further.
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Capital Access; Public Policy; Energy & Resource Innovation; Life Science; Startups; Technology; Venture Capital; Asia; Europe; U.S.
March 10, 2016 Posted by
Startup Outlook 2016 is Silicon Valley Bank’s annual report on the health of the innovation economy. For each of the past seven years, we have taken a survey of companies to learn what entrepreneurs are thinking about business conditions, access to capital and talent, and the policy issues that help or hinder their success. This year’s report shows that the innovation sector is undergoing a healthy recalibration.
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FX Daily
March 09, 2016 Posted by

Markets are trending sideways with key central bank decisions ahead in the next 8 days (RBNZ, ECB, BOJ, FED, SNB, Norges Bank and BOE). 

 
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