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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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Asian markets mostly welcome Fed's cautious rate talk

Most Asian equity markets rallied Thursday after comments by the US Federal Reserve cooled expectations of an early rate hike, while the euro and yen retreated against the dollar after racking up big gains in New York. While the US central bank opened the door for a rise after six years of zero percent rates, […]

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FOREX-Euro out of steam after rising on Greek debt deal, caution lingers

* Euro posts modest bounce on Friday’s Greek loan extension * But euro loses steam as debt deal doesn’t fully clear horizon * Greece still has to submit list of planned reforms later in day (Adds details, quotes) By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO, Feb 23 (Reuters) – The euro steadied on Monday as caution over Greece’s […]

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February 23, 2015
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FOREX-Soft data puts dollar on defensive, euro given breather for now

* Soft U.S. retail sales, jobless claims halt dollar’s advance * Euro up slightly but seen staying shaky on Greek debt woes * Sterling stays bullish on BOE’s inflation optimism (Adds details, quotes) By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO, Feb 13 (Reuters) – The dollar was on the defensive on Friday after soft U.S. economic data halted […]

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FOREX-Euro stalls on lack of Greek deal, eyes on Riksbank

* Euro dips as Greece meeting ends without agreement * Market readies for possible Swedish rate cut * Aussie tumbles; poor job data boosts rate cut bets By Jemima Kelly LONDON, Feb 12 (Reuters) – The euro dipped on Thursday after regional finance ministers failed to secure a debt agreement with Greece, while investors readied […]

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February 12, 2015
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Euro Wild Ride to 2006 Low Shows Risk Forecasters Undershooting

The euro’s stunning start to the week highlights the risk that currency bears will repeat the mistakes of last year by predicting too conservative a drop in 2015. The single currency slumped to $ 1.1864, the lowest since March 2006, at 7 a.m. Tokyo time. The drop of as much as 1.2 percent from its […]

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Euro Slides to Weakest Since 2006 on ECB, Greece as Dollar Gains

The euro fell to the weakest in almost nine years against the dollar amid speculation the European Central Bank is moving closer to large-scale bond purchases. The shared currency slid as much as 1.2 percent after President Mario Draghi last week gave his clearest signal the ECB will start quantitative easing. The euro also weakened […]

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FOREX-Dollar holds steady, supported by Treasury yields, sagging euro

* Dollar underpinned after uptick in U.S. CPI * Bank sector concerns weigh on euro * Euro zone PMI awaited for market cues By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO, Oct 23 (Reuters) – The dollar steadied on Thursday, hovering near a one-week high versus the euro, supported by a slight rise in Treasury yields following news of […]

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October 23, 2014
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Asia shares mostly up after Yellen speech

Asian markets mostly rose Monday, while the dollar hit multi-month highs against the yen and euro after the US Federal Reserve chief seemed to indicate a shift towards an interest rate rise sooner than expected. While Janet Yellen’s speech Friday said slackness in the jobs market would likely staunch inflation, investors noted her acknowledgement of […]

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August 25, 2014