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U.S. dollar continues rally against euro, amid possible rate hike delay

Investing.com – Investing.com — The U.S. dollar rallied by more than 1% against the euro on Tuesday, amid weaker than expected services data in the euro zone and expectations for a delayed interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve. EUR/USD fell 0.0116 or 1.06% in U.S. afternoon trading to 1.0807, moving steadily lower from […]

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Euro Short Covering Underway, but Long-term Outlook Still Bearish

DailyFX.com – View photo . Fundamental Forecast for Euro:Neutral – The stage was set for EURUSD short covering, and the Fed decimated the US Dollar mid-week. – The retail crowd’s penchant for selling the Euro is proving to be a reliable contrarian indicator. – Have a bullish (or bearish) bias on the Euro, but don’t […]

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Euro in Freefall, but Losses against Dollar May Soon Find Relief

DailyFX.com – View photo . Fundamental Forecast for Euro:Neutral – The Euro is in a fast moving, trending market right now, and the safer trade is on the short side. – Volatility in the US Dollar this week highlights the exhausted nature of the current rally. – Have a bullish (or bearish) bias on the […]

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March 16, 2015
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Euro Collapse No Longer a Major Concern for US Companies – Analyst Blog

The European Central Bank (ECB), in its bid to boost the Eurozone’s flagging economy, began its quantitative easing (QE) on Monday. The QE is guiding the long-term bond yields in the region to near zero, while the central bank continues buying the government debt using the newly-printed euros. This should be flooding the markets with […]

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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 continues to probe 12-year lows, U.S. data awaited for cues

By Shinichi Saoshiro and Ian Chua TOKYO/SYDNEY (Reuters) – The euro slumped to a new 12-year low on Thursday, reeling from an unrelenting onslaught after the European Central Bank startedits quantitative easing (QE) campaign, highlighting the monetary policy divergence between the euro zone and the U.S. The 1 trillion euro bond-buying program the ECB launched […]

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March 12, 2015
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Euro extends slide as European stocks rebound

London (AFP) – German and French stock markets rebounded strongly Wednesday after upbeat comments from ECB head Mario Draghi but the euro hit new multi-year lows on expectations of a US rate hike. Frankfurt’s DAX 30 index hit a new record-high at 11,718.41 points before easing slightly to 11,702.69, a gain of 1.76 percent from […]

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March 11, 2015
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Weaker Euro Boosts Europe Stocks as Emerging Markets Fall

(Bloomberg) — The weakest euro since 2003 boosted stocks on the third day of the European Central Bank’s quantitative-easing program. Emerging-market shares fell for a ninth day after Chinese economic data trailed analysts’ estimates. Europe’s shared currency slid 1.1 percent to $ 1.0583 at 7:37 a.m. in New York. Automakers and other exporters led the […]

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March 11, 2015
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ECB To Embark On Final Leg Of QE

VIENNA (dpa-AFX) – The European Central Bank on Thursday is set to detail its historic $ 1.1 trillion quantitative easing plan announced in January and present its latest batch of growth and inflation forecasts for the euro area, after what is likely to be an otherwise uneventful rate-setting session now that the drama over Greece […]

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March 4, 2015
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Euro bond market proves irresistible for US corporates

* US borrowers in euro market hits unprecedented levels By Philip Wright and Laura Benitez LONDON, Feb 27 (IFR) – The euro-denominated bond market has been proving an almost irresistible port of call for high-grade US companies of late. The number of such borrowers attracted to the sector has reached unprecedented levels, with low absolute […]

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February 27, 2015