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  • Pound Tumbles, Dollar Surges as Risk Aversion Hits Currency Markets (Euro Open)
    on Sep 28, 2009
    The US Dollar surged higher to start the trading week as stocks sold off across Asian exchanges, boosting demand for the safety-linked currency. The British Pound bore the brunt of the greenback’s assault as risk aversion compounded last week’s d...
  • Japan's Currency Hits a 7 Month High
    on Sep 28, 2009
    The Yen rose to a 7 month high versus the Dollar as Japan's new government reiterated its opposition to pursuing deliberate currency devaluation strategy. The Sterling dropped to a 3 month low versus the Dollar last week after Bank of England Governo...
  • Forex Weekly Trading Forecast - 09.28.09
    on Sep 27, 2009
    US Dollar: Optimistic Economic Outlooks to Meet Hard Facts This Week Fundamental Outlook for US Dollar: Bullish- The Federal Reserve left rates unchanged, but signaled a more optimistic outlook- University of Michigan consumer confidence jumped to a...
  • Currency Markets Look to G20 Summit Outcome to Guide Price Action (Euro Open)
    on Sep 25, 2009
    Currency markets will be focused on the outcome of the G20 summit of world leaders in Pittsburg to guide directional momentum. A leaked draft communiqué hinted policymakers were in no rush to withdraw fiscal stimulus, but concerns remain about what...
  • Dollar, Yen up Ahead of the G20 Meeting
    on Sep 25, 2009
    The Dollar snaps a two week decline versus the EUR after disappointing U.S Home Sales data and ahead of the G20 meeting. The USD and JPY are benefiting from the recent surge in risk aversion ahead of the G20 meeting and a concern that the group's lea...
  • USD Up on Fed Statements; Oil Sinks on Demand Concerns
    on Sep 24, 2009
    The US Federal Reserve yesterday upgraded its assessment of the U.S. economy, saying growth had returned after a deep recession. As expected, the Fed kept its target for its federal funds rate set at a range of zero to 0.25%. The previously weakened...
  • Euro in Play with German IFO to Show Business Outlook Rose for Third Month (Euro Open)
    on Sep 24, 2009
    The Euro may see near-term gains as Germany’s IFO Survey shows that business confidence in the Euro Zone’s largest economy rose for the third straight month to hit the highest level since May 2008, but sentiment may not be supportive in the longe...
  • U.S. Interest Rates on Tap
    on Sep 23, 2009
    Following two relatively peaceful trading days, today is filled with news publications from the major economies. Starting at 06:45 and until 09:00 (GMT) traders are advised to follow the news events from the Euro-Zone. Later on, the Crude Oil Invento...
  • British Pound Volatility Threat High as Currency Markets Focus on BOE Minutes (Euro Open)
    on Sep 23, 2009
    The British Pound may be in for a volatile session ahead as the release of minutes from this month’s Bank of England monetary policy meeting top the economic calendar in European hours. Currency markets were active in overnight after New Zealand GD...
  • Currency Markets to Trade with Risk Sentiment on Thin Economic Calendar (Euro Open)
    on Sep 22, 2009
    Currency markets are likely to continue looking to risk sentiment to drive price action with another thin economic calendar on tap in European trading hours. Switzerland's Trade Balance report and the SECO economic forecast update are set for release...
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