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  Good Morning,   - Euro trade stable at 1.3240-80 level but downtrend momentum still on focus. - Asian shares: Japan's Nikkei 1.53%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng 0.22%(07:... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro trade in a narrow range at 1.3250-1.3300 level ahead of US FOMC, NFP this week. - Asian shares: Japan's Nikkei -3.32%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng... [More]
Good Morning,   - Dollar falls to one-month lows vs. Euro, Pound. Investors turned cautious ahead of next week's Federal Reserve policy meeting. - Asian shares: Japan's N... [More]
  Good Morning,   -  Euro falls after hitting one-month high against dollar on Wednesday.  US dollar slipping 0.2 percent against a basket of major currenc... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar trade at one-month lows after extending a broad decline for a third session. The dollar index traded at 82.014, following a 0.3 percen... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro trade just below to 1.32 level, having topped out at a one-month high around $1.3218 yesterday. - The dollar index wallowed at one-month... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Yen Could Weaken as Abenomics Affirmed by Japanese Elections.  - Australian dollar, , rose on Friday after China’s central bank annou... [More]
Good Morning,   - EUR/USD back over 1.31 in a quiet day in terms of data and ahead of the Group of 20 meets in Moscow. S&P 500 touches new all-time high at 1693. - Th... [More]
Good Morning,   - Dollar rally is short-lived with 100 points move after Bernanke ….euro tries to stay above 1.31 level - Asian shares: Japan's Nikkei 1.32%, Hong... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro trade well above 1.31 level, ahead of a congressional testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. - Asian shares: Japan's Nikkei 0.1... [More]

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