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The Greenback edged lower again Wednesday as weaker than anticipated Core Durable Goods orders heightened concerns first quarter growth forecast would continue to slide. The soft read is just another indicator that growth has slowed sharply in the first three months of the year and has given investors reason to short USD positions. As optimism builds within Europe after Tuesday’s strong PMI print and a robust German Business Confidence report investors looked to buy back into the 19 nation currency union. Touching intraday highs of 1.1010 the Euro edged lower to finish the session as resistance forms and speculators sell into rallies above 1.0990. Attentions now turn to Unemployment claims and FOMC Member Lockhart for direction into Friday’s GDP report. Investors are reacting now on a day to day basis adjusting positions on comments and data set that could shorten or extend the timeline surrounding a US rate adjustment. While the bearish turn in Greenback fortunes seems to be easing there are still calls the worlds base currency is overvalued and poised for another downward correction as market expectations draw level with Fed objectives.
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Being apathetic about currency exchanges rates can be very damaging for your business. Let’s look at some of the dangerous myths that people cling to, to justify keeping their head in the sand. 1. What goes up must come down Or the reverse: that a sinking currency must recover eventually. History tells us that movements… Continue reading
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America’s influence is waning in the world, militarily, economically, and culturally. The global financial structure which has been in place for decades is unraveling and it will not end well for the United States’ currency and economy. This change is being driven by a desire of many nations with totalitarian capitalism to rid themselves of… Continue reading
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USDCAD spiked to 1.2830 on a weak Canadian Wholesale Sales report (-3.1% vs. -0.8% forecast) but has since retreated back to pre-data levels (1.2800). The Loonie was already back-tracking as oil prices continued to leak lower. (WTI $42.28/bbl) and a hawkish FOMC statement could be the straw that breaks the Loonies back. If the FOMC… Continue reading
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I learned from my years on the “street” to buy on the rumor, sell on the news. Well, the news for weeks now has been the European Central Bank (ECB) starting its quantitative easing program and the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States possibly raising interest rates to ward off inflation and bring America… Continue reading
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