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Daily Morning Briefing

Risk FX rose after the EU FM approved the package for Greece

Tuesday, February 21, 2012 7:29 AM GMT
Good morning ,   - EURUSD finally rallied to 1.3293 after the EU finance ministers approved   the EUR 130 bln package for Greece. Risk FX rose as well in line with the   announcement. - Stocks: Nikkei -0.23 %, Hang Seng +0.00 %, Shanghai Composite +0.24 %,   Dow Jones +0.35 %, ... [More]
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Daily Morning Briefing

Oil rose to a nine-month high

Monday, February 20, 2012 1:11 PM GMT
Good morning,- Asian stocks rallied, extending the longest run of weekly gains since 2005, and metals advanced after China’s central bank cut reserve requirements for banks. Oil rose to a nine-month high as Iran said it halted crude exports to French and British companies.- Austrian FinMin Fek... [More]
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AUDUSD - an impressive move in the first 6 weeks of 2012 against the us-dollar ...

Thursday, February 9, 2012 12:55 PM GMT
.... only nzd performed better against the us-dollar since the start of 2012 in the G10-world. After such move probably market participants are well positioned in this currency pair and waiting for further up move.   Also stop losses might adjusted higher to protect profits. It seems that the r... [More]
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Daily Morning Briefing

Germany does not have any Plan B for Greece-Dep

Thursday, February 9, 2012 10:44 AM GMT
  Good Morning - Asian stocks  and the euro recovered earlier losses after Greek leaders said they are nearing a full agreement on a rescue plan. Oil rose as much as 0.4 percent after U.S. stockpiles climbed less than forecast. - Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos said there is sti... [More]
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Daily Morning Briefing

Asian stocks rose for a third day

Wednesday, February 8, 2012 12:25 PM GMT
Good Morning, - Asian stocks rose for a third day after Toyota Motor Corp. raised its profit forecast, while the euro traded near an eight-week high as Greek leaders worked on a rescue plan with creditors. The yen weakened against the dollar after Japan's current-account surplus slid to a 15-year l... [More]
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Daily Morning Briefing

The euro held steady in Asia as markets remained sanguine

Tuesday, February 7, 2012 4:35 PM GMT
Good Morning, - China's stocks  dropped the most in eight weeks on concern economic growth is slowing, while the euro fell as Greece sought to secure rescue funds. Australia's dollar rose after the central bank unexpectedly kept interest rates unchanged. - The euro held steady in Asia as market... [More]
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Mid & Long Term

EURUSD Outlook for the First Half of 2012

Wednesday, December 28, 2011 11:44 AM GMT
2012 will be another exciting and probably erratic year. The time of reckoning is coming for the euro zone. It must either clear the political and fiscal bar, or miss it and enter a dangerous period of recession. We are hopeful, however, and see a positive – though grinding – period of e... [More]
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Daily Morning Briefing

US suffering from financial irresponsibility

Friday, December 16, 2011 5:05 PM GMT
Good Morning, Asian stocks rose for the first time in four days as metals and the Australian dollar climbed after better than expected U.S data signaled the world's biggest economy is strengthening. Euro headed for the steepest weekly drop vs the greenback in three months as European nations prepar... [More]
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Daily Morning Briefing

Currencies traded in a narrow range overnight

Friday, December 16, 2011 4:00 AM GMT
Good Morning, Currencies traded in a narrow range overnight, after the big risk sell off yesterday. Swiss National bank’s rate decision  will be highlight today, besides a lot of US data in the afternoon. Stocks: Nikkei -1.66 %, Hang Seng -2.25 %, Shanghai Composite -1.81 %, Dow Jones -1... [More]

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