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.... AFTER 10 YEAR US-YIELD HAVE BROKEN OUT OF THE CONGESTION AREA OF THE LAST 5 MONTH AND TRADES ABOVE THE 200 DMA FOR NOW EUROPEAN 10 YEAR YIELDS BROKE OUT OF THE RANGE TODA... [More]
....AND IT SEEMS, THAT THE STREET IS BETTING AGAINST THE YEN. SHORT YEN POSITION INCREASED AGAIN. FISCAL YEAR END COMES CLOSER AND PROBABLY ITS THE TRIGGER FOR A CORRECTION EV... [More]
Good Morning, - Very quiet start into the new week on the FX side. Risk currencies are trading slightly more friendly. There are also no major economic data releases or speak... [More]
NOT SO EXTREME BUT NEARLY THE SAME IS VALID FOR THE DOW AND S&P.... PROBABLY WE ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF BENCHMARK ADJUSTMENT AHEAD OF THE QUARTER END. IT'S WELL KNOWN A LOT O... [More]
Good Morning , - The USD continued to do well, in this environment of higher US rates (10y UST was at 2.346 % (up 30 bps in 3 days and highest since Oct 2011). USDJPY rose to... [More]
Good Morning, - Asian stocks advanced for a second day, while regional bond risk declined and the yen tumbled to an 11-month low after the Federal Reserve bolstered confidenc... [More]
...... market starts very quite with all the events ahead for today. The central bank meetings might be of lower interest with not much news expected from the press confe... [More]
·         Highlight the deadlines that need to be met by Greece to successfull... [More]
  .... AHEAD OF THE 8TH MARCH IT SEEMS THAT MARKET PARTICIPANTS REDUCED THEIR RISK POSITION IN THE FASHION TRADES LIKE GOLD, AUD LONG AND NZD LONG. ALSO THE SKANDIS AND ... [More]
BEIJING (Dow Jones)--China has made a sharp shift away from purchases of U.S  securities, slashing the dollar's share of the country's foreign reserves in what  ma... [More]

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