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Euro to Dollar News 7th April 2009

As outlined yesterday there is very little fundamental news on the economic calendar for the early part of the week and this is certainly reflected in today’s announcements for the euro to dollar pair for which there are only 2 of any consequence.   The first...

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Euro to Dollar News 6th April 2009

With a short trading week today’s fundamental news on the economic for the euro to dollar pair can best be described as thin.  Indeed the only significant items came in this morning for the euro with the Sentix Investor Confidence report and retail sales month...

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Eurodollar Daily Update: 2nd April 2009

A veritable host of fundamental news on the economic calendar for today whose affect on the market will be distorted by the G20 summit, of which of course the most important s the so called minimum bid rate (interest rates to you and me) for...

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Eurodollar Daily Update: 1st April 2009

This morning’s fundamental news on the economic calendar for the euro to dollar pair kicked off early with the German retail sales figures coming in worse than expected at -0.2% against a forecast of 0.2% (clearly the Germans do not have the same approach as...

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Euro to Dollar News : 31st March 2009

Tiptoeing through the fundamental news from the economic calendar from this morning all Eurozone numbers came in worse than expected (other than Italian retail sales which posted much better than expected figures – as an Italian why does this not surprise me!!)  which has, so...

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EURO to DOLLAR News for 30th March 2009

A very quiet day on the fundamental news front which could best be described as the calm before the torrent of economic news, scheduled and unscheduled statements from various financial luminaries and government apparachiks all culminating in the non farm payroll numbers on Friday coupled...

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Euro to Dollar News for 26th March 2009

Yesterday’s surprise speech by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner spooked the markets as it was completely unscheduled and his remarks about the long term future of the US dollar as the world’s currency reserve sent the currency into a spin.  This was seen as a 100...

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Euro to Dollar News for 25th March 2009

This morning fundamental news in Europe kicked off with the German IFO figures which came in almost  bang on forecast at 82.1 against 82.2.  IFO figures measure the level of business confidence based on a survey of around 7000 businesses which asks respondents to rate...

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