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   Good morning ,   - The euro steadied at $1.34  level , after slumping to a two-week low of $1.3370 on Thursday after Draghi comments. - Asian shares e... [More]
   Good Morning ,   - EUR/USD trade in a narrow range ahead of ECB meeting and Draghi comments.  - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei -0.93%, China's Shanghai&... [More]
  Good Morning ,   - Euro rebound yesterday on positive euro zone data at 1.3595 but trade weaker today at 1.3510 level, on worries over a corruption scandal in Spa... [More]
Good Morning ,   - EUR/USD Selloff. The euro took the brunt of renewed focus on the euro zone problems. The euro eased  to $1.3460, retreating further from Friday's... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - Euro trade slightly weaker in Asia after Fridays overcome $1.3700 for first time since mid Nov 2011 . - Merkel says EU budget talks wil... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - Euro Has Longest Stretch of Monthly Gains in Decade. -  Bond guru and Pimco managing director Bill Gross isn't buying into the bull... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - Euro rises to 33-month high versus yen, 14-mth peak versus dollar . -  The euro extended gains against the Japanese yen to rise to ... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - Euro Rises Above $1.3500, Highest Since Nov 2011 . -  Euro Rose yesterday above $1.34880, highest since December 2011…Also, ... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - Euro consolidates but keeps 1.3500 in sight - The dollar is stronger on balance, as markets turned more cautious on Monday although most... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - The euro profited from a strong IFO business sentiment survey and from a much higher than expected repayment of LTRO borrowing by the b... [More]

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