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Loonie, oil to fall, says University of Windsor professor R

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Biflation The Case of the Twoface

Depressing data from the US made double-dip recession a trending topic among market nerds. This got others debating on the biggest problem of the US economy. Is it rising prices or falling demand? Inflation or deflation? 9 Vote(s) Read More Biflation The Case of the Twoface

EUR USD Daily Review 30 Aug 10

More bears on the way? 8 Vote(s) Read More EUR USD Daily Review 30 Aug 10

Improvement In Risk Appetite Helped Support The Euro

The Euro found support below 1.27 against the dollar in European on Friday as markets consolidated ahead of key event risks later in the US session. 7 Vote(s) Read More Improvement In Risk Appetite Helped Support The Euro

Forex Weekly Outlook

A complete look at the week ahead including a review of the main currency, equity and commodity futures that will effect trading in the Foex market. 7 Vote(s) Read More Forex Weekly Outlook

FED Will Act If Necessary

U.S. Dollar Trading (USD) risk was put back in the market after better than expected US GDP and strong words of support from Fed Chief Bernanke at the Jackson Hole. Q2 GDP was revised lower to 1.6% vs. 2.4% initially released but was better than the 1.4% q/q expected. Fed Read More FED Will Act […]

EU Morning Report FED Will Act If Necessary

Risk was put back in the market after better than expected US GDP and strong words of support from Fed Chief Bernanke at the Jackson Hole. Q2 GDP was revised lower to 1.6% vs. 2.4% initially released but was better than the 1.4% q/q expected. Fed Chief Bernanke reopened the Read More EU Morning Report […]

Risk Rebounds Following Bernankes Speech At Jackson Hole

Markets were a touch choppy as they awaited the speech from Fed chief Bernanke at the Jackson Hole conference. In the end there we no major ground-breaking themes to emerge, more a case of assuring that the Fed would ‘do all that it can’ and was prepared to provide additional Read More Risk Rebounds Following […]

Risk Sentiment Aided By BoJ, Bernanke

Bernanke’s Jackson Hole speech aided risk sentiment and now the Bank of Japan has (unsurprisingly) made a move to weaken the Yen. The bank-loan programme has been increased to the tune of JPY 10 trillion to take total available funds to 30 trillion. While risky assets are sure to embrace Read More Risk Sentiment Aided […]