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Currencies: Euro trims losses after U.S. job-openings report

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The euro trimmed its earlier losses Tuesday after the Department of Labor said U.S. job openings rose to a 14-year high in February. The euro […]

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Currencies: Dollar extends drop vs. euro after payrolls-inspired selloff

The euro edged higher versus the dollar Monday, extending gains scored Friday after weaker-than-expected nonfarm payrolls data saw investors push back expectations for a rate hike by the Federal Reserve. The euro […]

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April 6, 2015
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Dollar Weakens Further Against Rivals On Rate-hike Bets

The dollar traded lower against its rivals Monday after recording its largest weekly percentage decline against the euro since October 2011. The euro traded at $ 1.0883, compared with $ 1.0821 Friday evening. Several analysts, including Kit Juckes, said that traders are trimming bets that the dollar will strengthen against its rivals, driving further weakness […]

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March 23, 2015
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Currencies: Surprise China rate cut pushes dollar higher

LONDON (MarketWatch) — The dollar shrugged off a slate of weak economic data Monday to trade higher against the euro, yen and pound, benefiting from a surprise rate cut from the People’s Bank […]

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March 2, 2015
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Euro Breakouts Hard to Avoid with Upcoming ECB Rate Decision??

Talking Points: Dollar Stabilizes but Not Because of Yellen or Risk Trends Euro Breakouts Hard to Avoid with Upcoming ECB Rate Decision Yen Crosses Capable of Starting the Risk Run? Dollar Stabilizes but Not Because of Yellen or Risk Trends Though the recovery effort wasn’t as substantial as the tumble that preceded it, the US […]

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Holding Euro Positions May Get Expensive as Overnight Rates Spike

What’s happening to Euro interest rates and why does it matter to traders? The end of the trading quarter means that demand for borrowing some major currencies has risen sharply, and interbank lending rates have shifted dramatically—particularly for Yen and Euro pairs. In fact forward rates show that holding a Euro/US Dollar short position may […]

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