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 Good Morning  ,   - Low volume trading due to Thanksgiving day in US  but  Sentiment in EUR/USD and on equity markets on the other hand remained risk... [More]
Good Morning ,   - EUR/USD reached a 2-week high at  $1.2868 , EUR/JPY cross rose at highest levels since May , at 106.25   . -  After failing ... [More]
 Good Morning ,   - On Tuesday morning, the euro quite easily regained losses after the Moody’s downgrade of France. Investors hoped that the Eurogroup would... [More]
Good Morning,   - Bank of Japan left rates unchanged as expected. USDJPY traded in a narrow 81.14-81.435 range. EURUSD and USDCHF continue to hold below/above their 200 d... [More]
Good Morning,    - Yen - its all about the upcoming elections an the two day BOJ meeting, which started today. JPY dropped against most major counterparts after Libe... [More]
Good Morning,   - USDJPY running a bit out of steam, despite the parliament will be dissolved today and the government has revised down the outlook of Japan's economy. LP... [More]
Good Morning,   - USDJPY rose to a 6 month high on prospects Japanese elections next month will hand power to the opposition party that advocates more aggressive monetary... [More]
Good Morning,   - USDJPY rose to 79.94 in Asia today, after PM Noda said that he will dissolve parliament on Nov 16. Japan is also expected to downgrade its economic asse... [More]
Good Morning ,   - EURUSD fell to a 2 month low overnight at  1.2672 . - Stocks: Nikkei -0.18 %, Hang Seng -0.78 %, Shanghai Composite -1.33 %, Dow Jones  + &n... [More]
 Good Morning , - Asian equity markets are opening the new week somewhat cautiously, though indices in China are once again supported on a relative basis by better than ... [More]

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