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        Good Morning , §  The euro got a leg up against the dollar after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the central bank is ready to... [More]
          Good Morning , §  Asian stocks advanced for a third day, oil climbed and the Japanese yen weakened as an unexpected ... [More]
Good Morning , §  Asian stocks rose for a second day while oil declined as Premier Wen Jiabao said China’s economic growth hasn’t gained momentum and the... [More]
Good Morning ,   -Yesterday, the euro stayed under (moderate)pressure as sentiment on risk remained fragile.  EUR/USD reached a new  low, but EUR/GBP avoided to... [More]
Good Morning , - Asian stocks fell for a sixth day as South Korea unexpectedly cut interest rates and Australia's jobless rate rose, adding to concern the global economic slow... [More]
Good Morning - Asian stocks fell for a fourth day and the Australian dollar weakened as Chinese trade data added to signs of slowing economic growth. Oil slumped as Norway en... [More]
Good Morning , - EURUSD dropped to 2 year lows in Asia today (low 1.2252), Risk currencies are trading weaker across the board. European Finance Minister will meet in Brussel... [More]
Good Morning , - EUR-cross selling went on overnight and the pressure remains ahead of the US Nonfarm Payroll this afternoon. There was not too much news flow overnight. Ther... [More]
Good Morning , - Currencies traded in narrow ranges overnight and ahead of central bank decisions in Europe and the UK. - Stocks: Nikkei -0.36 %, Hang Seng -0.37 %, Shanghai ... [More]
Good Morning , - Dull overnight session ahead of today's Independence Day in the United States and central bank decisions in Sweden (today) and tomorrow in Eurozone and Great... [More]

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