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          Good Morning,   -  Asian equity markets have been stable today after the sell offs in Europe and America yest... [More]
       Good Morning ,   -  Asian stocks fell for a third day as Japanese utilities plunged. The JPY weakened past 80 against the dollar ... [More]
 Good Morning ,   -  EUR/USD has nearly erased Friday’s losses and Asian equities are narrowly mixed.  China's Shanghai Composite shed -0.14%, Sout... [More]
Good Morning ,   - EU summit to tackle banking union; Spain and Greece on watch - It is the fourth time EU leaders have met this year and the 22nd summit held since the ... [More]
Good Morning ,   - The euro strengthened to a one-month high against the dollar after Spain kept its investment-grade credit rating from Moody’s Investors Service ... [More]
Good Morning ,   -EUR was yesterday's biggest winner, up 0.646% against USD, as Spanish Bailout Looks Increasingly Likely… - Spain appeared to soften its stance o... [More]
 Good Morning,   -Global stocks rose on Monday on upbeat U.S. data and earnings and on bets Spain was close to asking for a bailout, but the lack of details on Madri... [More]
Good Morning ,   - Critical Week Ahead: EU Summit, German Zew, UK Retail Sales, UK CPI, MPC Minutes, busy US data calendar.. - EU wins 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, despit... [More]
Good Morning ,   - Aussie Jumps, Euro Lifts, Korea Cuts…. - Australians get to work and the euro bounces back…The euro rose against the dollar for the ... [More]
  Good Morning,    - Dollar Lifts, Euro Dips, the IMF Gets Gloomy. The IMF warned in a new report that the euro zone is at risk of a "downwa... [More]

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