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FOREX-Greece debt worries hurt euro, dollar rebounds

* Encouraging data mitigate worries about Greece debt talks * Euro sets for biggest quarterly loss vs dollar since 1992 * Dollar index rebounds after two weeks of losses * Yellen’s message supports view of U.S. gradual tightening (Updates late market action) By Richard Leong NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) – The euro slumped against […]

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FOREX-Euro falls on Greece debt worries, dollar rebounds

* Encouraging data mitigate worries about Greece debt talks * Euro sets for biggest quarterly loss vs dollar since 2008 * Dollar index rebounds after two weeks of losses * Yellen’s message supports view of U.S. gradual tightening (Updates to U.S. trading, change byline, dateline, previous LONDON) By Richard Leong NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) […]

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Euro Falls as Goldman Sachs Bear Call Underscores Record Shorts

(Bloomberg) — The euro fell, halting a two-week rally against the dollar, as Greece’s funding concerns and the European Central Bank’s aggressive monetary easing contrasted with the Federal Reserve’s path toward higher interest rates. The shared currency has slid against 14 of its 16 major peers this year as the ECB carries out an unprecedented […]

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Record Euro Bearish Bets Signal Two-Week Rally Vulnerable

(Bloomberg) — The euro is capped against the dollar after a two-week rally as Greece’s funding concerns and the European Central Bank’s aggressive monetary easing contrast with the Federal Reserve’s path toward higher interest rates. The shared currency has fallen against 14 of its 16 major peers this year as the ECB carries out an […]

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FOREX-Dollar recovers against euro as traders still eye 2015 rate hike

* Traders buy dollar on dips on diverging monetary policy view * Dollar recovers against euro after two sessions of losses * Fed statement still has weakening effect on dollar (Updates to open of U.S. trading, adds comments) By Sam Forgione NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar rebounded against the euro on […]

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FOREX-Euro continues bounce; Fed eyed for interest rate clues

* Euro gains against dollar for second straight day * Traders taking risk off table ahead of Fed policy meeting * BOJ stands pat on policy, market reaction limited By Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON, March 17 (Reuters) – The euro rose for a second day against the dollar on Tuesday as investors awaited the start of […]

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The Euro and the Risk of a Squeeze

The speed of the euro’s decline is starting to put seasoned market-watchers on edge. Monday, the currency hit another 12-year low, an almost daily occurrence right now, with the rate touching $ 1.0457. This is marvelous news for the funds that have bet on a slide. But with the euro now down by almost 13% […]

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FOREX-Euro rebounds as dollar pauses for breath

(Recasts, adds details, fresh quote) * Euro rises 0.9 pct after hitting 12-year low vs dollar * U.S. retail sales eyed for rate hike clues * Kiwi up 1.4 pct after RBNZ sounds less dovish By Jemima Kelly and Anirban Nag LONDON, March 12 (Reuters) – The euro rose against the dollar for the first […]

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Euro Races Toward Record Quarterly Drop

(Bloomberg) — The euro is poised for its biggest quarterly decline as the European Central Bank embarks on purchases of sovereign debt this week to spur inflation. The shared currency has weakened about 11.6 percent this year, eclipsing the 10.6 percent decline during the credit crunch in the third quarter of 2008. The euro slumped […]

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Euro falls below $1.07

He cited Dallas Fed president Richard Fisher’s comments late Monday that the Fed should promptly end its easy monetary policy and press ahead with an interest rate hike, in addition to last week’s strong February U.S. jobs report. The launch of European Central Bank quantitative easing on Monday drove European yields lower […]

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