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….Nikkei and the value of the yen seem to have a high correlation, which make sense based on the revenue impact of a weaker yen on corporate Japan. The BoJ did not anno... [More]
Good Morning , - USDJPY gave up the gains after the Bank of Japan left rates unchanged and didn't provide any further stimulus to the economy (low 81.27). USDJPY had a very s... [More]
Good morning ,      - Last Friday has seen the bloc currency recover some ground after thedisappointing miss in March’s NFP, along with the drop to 8.2% f... [More]
Good morning , - The EUR/USD trade in a very narrow range due to Easter holidays. At presentthe euro is trading at 1.3065  afteryesterdays  falling as low as 1.3035.... [More]
Good morning , -The risk averse mood come again and the US dollar index (DXY) is around 0.4% stronger. EUR fell from 1.3200 to 1.3107 and stabilized  during the yesterday... [More]
Good morning ,   -The European Central Bank will announce the rate decision as usual at 11:45 GMT and expected to keep the key lending rate (Main Refinancing Rate) steady... [More]
Good Morning , - Aussie and JPY have been the main movers today. AUD rallied on the ''no cut'' headline (1.0470), but sold off sharply again on the dovish headline. USDJPY to... [More]
It’s the  largest  short  position  since  July 2007     Also  the  AUD  longs increased  with trading  near... [More]
Good Morning, - Mixed signals from the economic data front from China, Australia and Japan, which did not have too much impact on FX. Currencies are trading more or less wher... [More]
Good Morning, - EURUSD recovered from yesterday's lows around 1.3250 on prospects European finance ministers will agree to increase rescue funds at a two-day meeting starting... [More]

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