Euro Corporate Bond Funds Brace For Losses – Wall Street Journal (blog)


Wall Street Journal (blog)

Euro Corporate Bond Funds Brace For Losses
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Investors holding high-grade corporate bonds issued in euros are heading for the first quarter of losses in almost two years as concerns about the U.S. scaling back monetary stimulus causes bond prices across the world to slide. Total returns since the

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China Rate Cute Rumors Helps Rally – FXstreet.com

China Rate Cute Rumors Helps Rally
FXstreet.com
The Euro (EUR) the EUR/USD was under pressure for most of the day down to 1.2240 before staging a late session US rally. The major has been capped at 1.2300 so far in Asia and we are seen some downside pressure with weekend comments from BOE
Forex – EUR/JPY gains on soft Japanese growth figuresForex Pros

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IMF’s stern surplus warning – Business Spectator

IMF's stern surplus warning
Business Spectator
"An orderly adjustment process within the euro area is likely to be prolonged and costly for output given the absence of an exchange rate channel for adjustment." Some Asian countries might be puzzled by the suggested adjustments. Indonesia, currently

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THE RUPEE: bulls hold sway – Business Recorder (blog)

THE RUPEE: bulls hold sway
Business Recorder (blog)
OPEN MARKET RATES: On August 6 the rupee climbed with a gain of 20 paisa versus dollar for buying and selling at 94.30 and 94.50. The rupee, however, fell against euro as it shed 10 paisa for buying and selling at Rs 116.50 and Rs 117.50, respectively.

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Exporters reap the benefits of weak euro – Financial Times


Financial Times

Exporters reap the benefits of weak euro
Financial Times
“Only time will tell as to whether or not this is the normal volatility of exchange rates or whether we're seeing a structural and more long-term change in the value of the euro versus the dollar,” said Christopher Viehbacher, chief executive. Sanofi

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What will happen if the Australian dollar is forced down? – NEWS.com.au


The Australian Financial Review

What will happen if the Australian dollar is forced down?
NEWS.com.au
That is to say, one Euro won't be allowed to buy less than 1.20 Swiss francs. How do they do it? By the Swiss national bank being prepared to buy all the euros (and other currencies at the equivalent exchange rates) that are offered. And by printing
Growth strong but Europe still a risk: RBASydney Morning Herald
RBA wary of risks and biding time on ratesNinemsn

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How long can Spain take the financial heat? – Sioux City Journal


swissinfo.ch

How long can Spain take the financial heat?
Sioux City Journal
In a bond auction last week, Spain sold (EURO)1.04 billion in 10-year bonds at an average interest rate of 6.65 percent and (EURO)1.02 billion in four-year bonds at a rate of 5.97 percent, up from 5.54 percent. Analysts reckon Spain has enough funds to
The Clock Is Ticking For SpainBusiness Insider

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What will happen if the Australian dollar is forced down? – Herald Sun


Brisbane Times

What will happen if the Australian dollar is forced down?
Herald Sun
That is to say, one Euro won't be allowed to buy less than 1.20 Swiss francs. How do they do it? By the Swiss national bank being prepared to buy all the euros (and other currencies at the equivalent exchange rates) that are offered. And by printing
Growth strong but Europe still a risk: RBASydney Morning Herald
RBA wary of risks and biding time on ratesNinemsn

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Pound Advances as U.K. Rate Cut Speculation Subsides – Bloomberg

Pound Advances as U.K. Rate Cut Speculation Subsides
Bloomberg
The pound advanced for the first time in three weeks against the euro after Bank of England Governor Mervyn King said cutting U.K. interest rates may be counterproductive. Sterling reached the highest this month against the dollar after King's comments

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How long can Spain take the financial heat? – Salt Lake Tribune

How long can Spain take the financial heat?
Salt Lake Tribune
Most market-watchers think borrowing at an interest rate of 7 percent is unaffordable for a country in the long-term. And it's also the pain threshold that eventually compelled Greece, Ireland, and Portugal to request billion-euro bailouts. The 7

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