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Euro-dollar parity: It's now in Yellen's hands

The euro rose for the first time in two weeks on Thursday, trading at around $ 1.0585, and bouncing off the previous day’s 12-year lows. It has fallen fast and furious in recent weeks against a backdrop of monetary stimulus in the euro zone and expectations of monetary tightening from the Fed this year. […]

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March 12, 2015
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Euro Falls as Italy Bonds Gain; S&P 500 Futures Drop

(Bloomberg) — The euro weakened while Spanish and Italian bonds gained as a gauge of business activity grew less than estimated before the European Central Bank meets to work on details of its bond-buying program. European stocks erased gains and U.S. equity-index futures fell. Europe’s shared currency slid 0.4 percent to $ 1.1129 at 10:14 […]

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March 4, 2015
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Euro Bounce on PMIs Unlikely to Last, US Dollar at Risk on CPI Drop

DailyFX.com – Talking Points: Euro Gains on Pickup in PMI Readings Unlikely to Yield Follow-Through US Dollar Vulnerable if Soft CPI Print Undercuts Fed Rate Hike Outlook Yen Drops Alongside Japanese Yields, Aussie Down on Weak China PMI The preliminary set of November’s Eurozone PMI figures headlines the economic calendar in European trading hours. The […]

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ECM launches 750 million euro European infrastructure debt fund

By Claire Ruckin and Jack Aldane LONDON (Reuters) – Wells Fargo-owned ECM Asset Management (ECM) has launched a 750 million euro (600.14 million pounds) European infrastructure debt fund, ECM announced on Wednesday. The fund will invest its parallel euro and sterling vehicles in senior debt for high value/low risk assets across infrastructure projects and utilities […]

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November 19, 2014
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Lithuania Selling 12-Year Eurobonds as Yields Near Record Lows

Lithuania sold 1 billion euros ($ 1.27 billion) of bonds at record-low yields after the European Union backed the Baltic nation’s plan to adopt the common currency on Jan. 1. The 12-year notes, the nation’s longest-ever maturity, were priced to yield 100 basis points above the benchmark swap rate, the Vilnius-based Finance Ministry said in […]

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Euro May Be Asymetrically Sensitive if PMI Data Tops Expectations

DailyFX.com – Talking Points: Euro May Prove Most Responsive to Better-Than-Expected Sep. PMI Results Aussie Dollar Outperformed Following Upbeat Chinese PMI Print Overnight NZ Dollar Sold on Fading RBNZ Rate Hike Bets, Dairy Exports Expectations September’s preliminary set of Eurozone PMI figures headlines the economic calendar in European trading hours. The regional composite index is […]

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September 23, 2014
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Euro Faces Volatility as External Factors Compound Onset of TLTRO

DailyFX.com – View photo . Fundamental Forecast for Euro: Neutral Euro May Bounce on Strong Demand at First ECB TLTRO Operation FOMC Announcement, Scotland Referendum May Stoke Euro Volatility Help Identify Critical Turning Points for EUR/USD with DailyFX SSI Euro selling pressure appears to be waning at last after eight consecutive weeks of losses that […]

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Record-high UK employment sends pound to 2-year high vs euro

* Euro at weakest vs sterling since September 2012 * Sterling index hits near six-year high * UK employment at record high By Jemima Kelly LONDON, July 16 (Reuters) – The euro fell below 79 pence for the first time since September 2012 on Wednesday while sterling hit another near-six year high against a basket […]

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July 17, 2014
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Euro-Area Bonds Drop With ECB Seen Not Adding Monetary Stimulus

Euro-area government bonds declined amid speculation the European Central Bank will refrain from adding to stimulus that sparked the biggest bond rally since January last month. Benchmark German 10-year yields climbed to the highest level in a week. Declines earlier pushed Spain’s 10-year rates to the most in almost two weeks. ECB officials, led by […]

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July 3, 2014
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GLOBAL MARKETS-World equity indexes up on U.S. data, ECB hopes; gold slumps

* Wall St edges up; S&P 500 at new record * Euro pressured after upbeat U.S. economic data * Gold slumps to 3-1/2 month low (Updates prices, adds details) By Angela Moon NEW YORK, May 27 (Reuters) – World stock markets edged up while the euro softened against the dollar and yen on Tuesday following […]

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