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  Good Morning,   - Mixed picture in the currencies and stocks markets, as the tensions over Crimea are likely to increase as next weekend's referendum draws near. -... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro trade steady against the dollar, below at 1.39 level, after hit a 2-1/2-year peak of $1.3915 on Friday after data showed U.S. job growth... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro remained near the highs after the ECB decision not to ease policy yesterday and ahead of US payrolls data. - Asian markets rose again, h... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Asian stocks up and Euro on hold with eyes on ECB meeting. - Stock markets in Asia hit a nine-week high as diplomatic efforts calms the Ukraine c... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Gold, Japanese yen and Treasuries prices fell as Putin calms the markets. - U.S. stocks rallied on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 closing at a new... [More]
     Good Morning,   - Russia’s ruble rebounded from a record low while stock-index futures in the U.S. and Europe advanced after a report that Presi... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Gold, yen and dollar climbed as Putin sparks haven asset demand - Asia stocks fall amid Ukraine tension, China economy data. - Japan's Nikkei -1.... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Yellen sticks to the script, markets await March FOMC. - Stocks rally and Aussie bounces on Yellen’s dovish testimony. The market thinks th... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Dollar climbs as sales of New Homes in U.S. unexpectedly hit to five-year high yesterday. -  On Wednesday, a popular gauge of the dollar&rsq... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The U.S. dollar headed for its biggest monthly slide since September against a basket of its major peers. The Euro was little changed at $1.3740 ... [More]

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