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The US Dollar moved lower into the close on Friday as investors reacted to comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen and began squaring positions ahead of this week’s Non-Farm Payroll report. Yellen hit the wires at the Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Conference in San Francisco suggesting the Central Bank had given “serious consideration” to raising rates and reducing accommodative monetary policy. The comments while somewhat hawkish where very much in line with the March 18 FOMC policy statement and did little to evoke any new Greenback rallies simply reiterating the Fed’s dependence on strengthening macroeconomic indicators. The Greenback did find support as Long USD bets rallied while net euro shorts jumped to record highs. The Euro did enjoyed a short term relief rally Friday buoyed by general Greenback weakness and QE optimism. Continued improvement in macro data sets has fuelled investor confidence and added credence to the ECB’s QE program helping the 19 nation unit hold onto levels above 1.08. Attentions now turn to Prelim German CPI for direction through Monday as investors prepare for Eurozone CPI Tuesday ahead of another critical U.S employment change report Friday.
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Financial markets over the past year have been defined by diverging monetary policy settings with shifting rate expectations changing the dynamic of broader forex markets. Having initially traded up above the 94 US Cents mark as recently as September the Australian dollar has now lost more than 15 percent over the past four months a… Continue reading
Posted on 22 January 2015 | 7:06 pm
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Immigrant Investor Programs (IIP) are set up by countries to attract foreign capital and business people by providing the right of residence and citizenship in return. In the US, the EB5 investor program is one such Immigrant Investor programs. This program requires overseas applicants to invest anywhere from US $500,000 to US $1 million, depending… Continue reading
Posted on 16 January 2015 | 7:29 pm
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We first heard rumblings of discontent from leaders of emerging market economies around the middle of last year when it looked as though the US was about to commence tapering quantitative easing. These rumblings are likely to get a whole lot louder this time around though, as the impact of US policy starts to bite… Continue reading
Posted on 30 January 2014 | 3:41 am
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Hong Kong may have pegged its currency to the US dollar, but the renminbi is flavour of the year as the territory pushes for stocks, bonds and other financial products denominated in the mainland currency.   Financial groups are rushing to take advantage of key reforms introduced by China in July, which liberalised the flow… Continue reading
Posted on 18 June 2011 | 2:28 am
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The EUR/USD is at 1.4158 from 1.4127 in late NY trade Wednesday, the EUR/JPY is at 116.96 from 117.09 and the USD/JPY is at 82.59 from 82.89. The AUD/USD touched a fresh post-float high of 1.0343 after Australian February retail sales rose 0.5% on-month seasonally adjusted, vs +0.4% expected and January’s +0.4%; February private-sector credit… Continue reading
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Why is it that when I go into a currency vendor to send money I never get the rate on the news?

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