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 Good Morning,   - Dollar on demand and Dollar index hits four-year high as Yen hits fresh seven-year low vs dollar and Euro falls to 26-month low.   - The euro... [More]
 Good Morning,   - Dollar on demand and Dollar index hits four-year high as Yen hits fresh seven-year low vs dollar and Euro falls to 26-month low.   - The euro... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Japanese stocks jumped more than 5 percent and the yen skidded to nearly seven-year lows against the dollar at 111.17, after the Bank of Japan su... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Dollar rally on Fed's optimistic tone… The dollar hovered near a three-week peak of 109.15 yen, while the euro fell to a three-week trough... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro trade in a narrow range, hovering near a one-week high of $1.2765 set on Tuesday with all eyes on FED later today… - Asian stocks... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar held steady on Tuesday, ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's two-day meeting that begins later today, for clues to the direction of U.S... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro was up at $1.27 level, edging away from a two-week low of $1.2614 hit last week in wake of concerns about the bank stress tests. - Asian... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro trade stable at $1.2650 level against the U.S. dollar, after dipping to a two-week low of $1.2614 yesterday. - U.S. stock futures tumble... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro dipped to $1.2613, its lowest level in more than two weeks as rumors talks for many European banks may fail stress tests. - Asian shares... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro trade on defensive mode, after ECB bond buying report. - Asian shares rose on Wednesday supported from results from two U.S. technology gian... [More]

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