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  Good Morning ,   - Nothing special in Forex market ahead of the U.S. FOMC meeting late in the day . - Asian equity markets are slightly  higher , Japans ... [More]
  Good Morning ,   - Euro steadied on Tuesday, drawing support from expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will take fresh economic stimulus measures this week. ... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - Currency’s trade in a very narrow range ,  Eur/Usd  trade  in 1.2885-1.2915  level  .  Important Week Ahead:... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - Euro remained lower against the dollar at 1.2925  after posting the biggest drop in a month on concern Europe’s debt crisis is weighin... [More]
…. EURUSD IS TRADING ABOVE 1.3000 AND FLIRTING WITH THE UPPER BORDER OF THE MENTIONED CONGESTION AREA ESTABLISHED OVER THE LAST TWO MONTH…. IT LOOKS LIKE A PAIN ... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - Currencies trade in a narrow range ahead of ECB  . The euro rose as high as $1.3127 on Wednesday, it’s highest since mid-October. &nb... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - The risk is still on and the euro rose to a near 8 - week high (1.3126) against the dollar on Wednesday after Greece announced better-than-expec... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - Very calm start in currency markets today. EURUSD traded so far in 1.3045-1.3075 range . - Danish Fin Min Vestager: Enormous strength seen if no... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - I would have expected different price action today. But market digested   the ESM/EFSF downgrade already well late Friday, better China date... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - The risk is still on as US  economy expanded  more than previously estimated in the third quarter . Eur/Usd  trade to a month new ... [More]

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