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The 17-nation currency tumbled for the first time in four days against the yen after the region’s factory output dropped more in September than economists forecast, adding to signs the recovery is stalling. The common...

EUR/USD has lost ground in Tuesday trading. The pair has dropped below the 1.34 line is trading in the mid-1.33 range in the European session. The euro reacted negatively to German inflation releases on Tuesday...

The sterling pound strengthened against the 17-nation currency for the second week after the European Central Bank unexpectedly lowered its benchmark interest rate, which boosted the demand for the UK currency. The...

The 17-nation currency advanced against the dollar and the yen as traders speculated a recent drop in the euro was too rapid. Some economists have also attributed the recent increase to bets...

The 17-nation currency strengthened from its lowest level in six weeks against the greenback after a report showed manufacturing in the currency bloc expanded for a fourth month in October. The euro advanced for the first time

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Jason Fingerton | Tue, 16/12/2014 - 12:19

This is from Friday, so I’m a little slow with it. Its from Goldman Sachs’ ‘The Charts That matter Next Week’ (i.e....

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Samuel Kariuki | Tue, 16/12/2014 - 12:18

RBA Minutes out now:
Further fall in Australian dollar needed for economy
Prudent course likely to be...

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Jason Fingerton | Tue, 16/12/2014 - 12:16

We got results from the Tankan survey yesterday, today its company inflation expectations from the same survey.

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Samuel Kariuki | Tue, 16/12/2014 - 12:12

The Australian Dollar briefly rose following the release of minutes from December’s RBA policy meeting. The document...


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