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  Good Morning,   - U.S. dollar fell further against the Euro and Yen amid uncertainty over the Federal Reserve's policy outlook. Euro climbs at 17 weeks high and te... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Stocks slid in a volatile session on Tuesday after Japan's central bank disappointed equity markets by holding its monetary policy steady. Nikkei... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The U.S. dollar fell against the yen and Japanese stocks sagged after the Bank of Japan held off from taking fresh steps to curb bond market vola... [More]
    Good Morning,   - Euro trade below 1.32 after last week’s rally … - Asian stocks climbed, led by the biggest gain in Japan’s Topix (TPX)... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar steadied against the euro at $1.3250 level after the common currency spiked to a three-and-a-half-month high of $1.3306 on Thursday, d... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro trade at 1.31 level with eyes on ECB , Draghi … Australian Dollar falls To US$0.9434, lowest since Oct 2011. - Asian shares all in re... [More]
  Good Morning,   - U.S. dollar slowly recovering from 1.31 level against the euro ahead of U.S. ADP report. - Asian shares all in red: Japan's Nikkei -3.83%, Hong K... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Dollar Index (DXY) plumbs one-month lows as market cuts long USD positions. Euros briefly pop above $1.3100 on Monday for the first time since Ma... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar finished last week and last month on a firm note against most of the major and emerging market currencies, with the exception of the J... [More]
  Good Morning,   - USD touched a three-week low… - Some are predicting that the dollar will shrink rapidly over the next two years and it will lose its top p... [More]

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