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  Good Morning,   - The euro remained under pressure on Friday, a day after notching its biggest monthly fall against the dollar in nine months, with risk appetite h... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro off lows, trade again above 1.31, saved by smooth Italy debt sale. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei +2.71%, , Hong Kong's Hang Seng +1.65% (0... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Euro trade in a narrow range for a second day after Monday’s sell-off. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei -1.27%, , Hong Kong's Hang Seng +0.... [More]
 Good Morning,   - EUR/USD hovers near six-week lows as potential inconclusive Italy election refuels debt crisis concern. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei -2.26%, , ... [More]
   Good Morning ,   - Euro eyes Italy elections, trade above 1.32, Yen & sterling both slump. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei +2.43%, , Hong Kong's Hang Se... [More]
 Good Morning,   -Euro falls on economic worries , dollar gains broadly. - The euro fell to a six-week low against the dollar and a three-week trough against the ye... [More]
   Good Morning ,   - Risk is of in the markets after BOE and FOMC Minutes and pound fell sharply more than 200 points at 1.5190. - Asian shares all in red : Ja... [More]
    Good Morning ,   - EUR/USD – Moves to one week high back above 1.34, after consolidating between 1.33 and 1.34. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei +0.84%... [More]
  Good Morning ,   - Nothing changes in currencies market, EUR/USD has been settling within a range roughly between 1.33 and 1.34. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei -... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - EUR/USD trade stable after speculators start cutting their EUR longs last week. - Asian shares : Japan's Nikkei +2.09%, China's Shanghai  -... [More]

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