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Good Morning ,   - Currencies remained in a holding pattern ahead of  FOMC and  ECB  policy meetings   - Japan’s Nikkei (-0.53%), South Korea&r... [More]
  Good Morning , - Euro trade tight  ahead of Fed, ECB  Meetings and  peripheral euro zone bond yields remain calm .   - Asian markets registered gai... [More]
Good Morning , - Currencies traded in narrow ranges. EUR/USD fell back below $1.23 after peaking $1.2390 on Friday .   Risk on sentiment follows another press repor... [More]
      Good Morning , §Currencies took a break in New York and Asia, after the massive Euro short- covering on the back of ECB Draghi's comments yesterday.... [More]
Good Morning , - Currencies traded in narrow ranges overnight in absence of any major news. - Stocks: Nikkei +0.81 %, Hang Seng +0.25 %, Shanghai Composite +0.28 %, Dow Jones... [More]
Good Morning , - EURUSD dropped to 1.20526 in Asia on the well know fears. USDCHF is about to break 1.0000 (high so far today 0.99639). - Stocks: Nikkei -1.73 %, Hang Seng -0... [More]
      Good Morning , §The euro steadied against the yen and the U.S. dollar in Asia, as investors' risk appetite perked up after data showed signs of impr... [More]
      Good Morning , §Asian stocks fell, while the euro weakened to an 11-year low against the yen and Treasury 10-year yields dropped to a record as a Ch... [More]
      Good Morning , §Asian stocks and the euro declined amid concern Europe’s debt crisis is dragging on global growth and as China pledged to keep ... [More]
 Good Morning ,   §  The yen rose against all but one of its 16 major counterparts as concern Europe’s leaders will be slow to implement measures to ... [More]

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