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  Good Morning,    - Dollar Lifts, Euro Dips, the IMF Gets Gloomy. The IMF warned in a new report that the euro zone is at risk of a "downwa... [More]
Good Morning ,    - “I have come here today in full knowledge that the period Greece is going through right now is an extremely difficult one for the Greeks an... [More]
Good Morning , -   Calm overnight FX session in absence of any major news ,   IMF's Lagarde, Eu's Juncker, ESM's Regling and EC's Rehn came on stage to sa... [More]
Good Morning ,   -   On Friday, trading was, as expected, dominated by the US payrolls report . The outcome of the headline payrolls figure was near expectatio... [More]
 Good morning ,   - The euro extended gains as Draghi spoke, rising to $1.3030 …  - Asian markets rose on Friday . Japan's Nikkei Stock Average gained +... [More]
     Good Morning ,   -   Today, the Spanish bond auction and the ECB meeting are the main eye-catchers, which can spark volatility but are ... [More]
        Good Morning,   §  Asian stocks fell and commodities declined as Chinese services industries expanded at the ... [More]
        Good Morning   §  Asian stocks and regional currencies rose after U.S. manufacturing beat estimates, bolsteri... [More]
Good morning , -Asian stocks fell for a second day, raw materials declined and the Australian dollar weakened as manufacturing data in China and Japan added to global slo... [More]
        Good Morning,   §  The euro held firm above a two-week low on Friday after Spain unveiled a crisis budget tha... [More]

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