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The Greater Depression

2014-08-28 14:12:10 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : The Greater Depression
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First it was the 2007 financial crisis. Then it became the 2008 financial crisis. Next it was the downturn of 2008-2009. Finally, in mid-2009, it was dubbed the “Great Recession.” And, with the business cycle’s shift onto an upward trajectory in late 2009, the world breathed a collective a sigh of…

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Safe-haven yen and Swiss franc gain on Ukraine worries

2014-08-28 13:13:37 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : Safe-haven yen and Swiss franc gain on Ukraine worries
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The yen and Swiss franc gained on Thursday, while the euro fell, as concerns about a serious escalation in tensions between Ukraine and Russia rattled investors and drove them to seek safe-haven currencies.

The euro hit a 21-month low against the Swiss franc of 1.2052 francs per euro on trading p…

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USD/CAD Signals a Bearish Outlook with Trendline Breakout

2014-08-28 11:43:00 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : USD/CAD Signals a Bearish Outlook with Trendline Breakout
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USD/CAD is turning a bullish breakout signal into a bearish one this week. At the beginning of the week, USD/CAD broke above a resistance at 1.0985 and looked poise to rally toward the next resistance around 1.0150 from April. However, we saw sharp retreat after this brief breakout. As we wind down…

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German 10-year bund yield falls below 0.90%

2014-08-27 13:54:39 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : German 10-year bund yield falls below 0.90%
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German 10-year yields are down 4 bps to a record low 0.898%.

Only 40 basis points to go to match Japanese 10s.

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Fonterra Deepens NZ-Chinese Links With Baby Formula Partnership

2014-08-27 12:00:39 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : Fonterra Deepens NZ-Chinese Links With Baby Formula Partnership
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Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd. (FCG), the world’s biggest dairy exporter, said it will pay NZ$615 million ($515 million) for a stake in a Chinese infant formula maker as it seeks to tap the nation’s lucrative baby milk market.

The New Zealand company will buy a stake of as much as 20 percent in…

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British competition watchdog probes foreign exchange market

2014-08-27 11:42:33 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : British competition watchdog probes foreign exchange market
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The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has become the latest regulator to investigate the global foreign exchange market following allegations of rigging, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing two people familiar with the matter.

The antitrust watchdog recently shared infor…

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Italy August Consumer Confidence 101.9 V July 104.4, Lowest Since March

2014-08-27 08:02:54 – Best Cash Back Forex Rebates : Italy August Consumer Confidence 101.9 V July 104.4, Lowest Since March
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Investopedia Forex Outlook For April 2012

Investopedia Forex Outlook For April 2012 – Macro Highlights

The market has become cautiously optimistic in March, with bullish U.S. employment figures and a Greek debt deal improving the situation in Europe. Meanwhile, the MSCI global shares index is up around 10% since the beginning of the year and remains more than 20% off of its lows reached during the fourth quarter of last year. SEE: Forex Outlook For March 2012

Still, there are many risks that threaten to derail the global economic recovery, including continued turmoil in Greece, higher oil prices due to the situation in Iran, and any signs of a more severe slowdown in China. The global economy is expected to be slower this year than it was in 2011, amid less-than-spectacular emerging markets and troubles in Europe.

Macroeconomic Highlights

  •     U.S. Recovery Picks Up Steam – February was the third consecutive month of U.S. job growth over 200,000. Retail sales and consumer spending were also on the rise that month. But signs of trouble started emerging in March data, where consumer confidence fell unexpectedly as higher gasoline prices put pressure on consumers. (For related reading, see Consumer Spending As A Market Indicator.)
  •     Europe Shows Signs of Hope – The situation in the European Union (E.U.) was temporarily defused after Greece reached a restructuring agreement with bond holders that opened the doors to more bailout funds. But economists remain skeptical that the country can reach its austerity targets, given failures in the past, while additional bailout funds are likely to be required, and other countries remain in danger.
  •     Signs of Strength in Japan – Japan’s economy showed signs of strength this month, after reporting a disappointing fourth quarter gross domestic product (GDP) last month. The bullish signals led the Bank of Japan (BOJ) to avoid any additional stimulus measures for the time being, but interest rates are to be kept at near zero. The move has helped the Japanese yen recover some ground after a spectacular fall.
  •     Britain Faces Headwinds – Britain’s economy continues to struggle with a so-called “productivity puzzle,” in that its workers are failing to become more efficient during the downturn, unlike the U.S. and other countries. But Britain’s austerity efforts led to a large surplus last quarter, boosting hopes that it would opt for more economic stimulus packages that could jumpstart its economy. (For related reading, see Austerity: When The Government Tightens Its Belt.)
  •     Switzerland Recovers Alongside Europe – The Swiss economy has shown signs of recovery amid improvements in the Eurozone. Traders had been using the currency as a safe-haven investment throughout the Eurozone crisis. While the Swiss franc remains overvalued, according to the government, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) is expected to leave interest rates near zero and maintain its current monetary policy.

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