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Emerging Market Currencies Are the Worst Performers

Emerging Market Currencies Are the Worst Performers

The emerging market currencies are the biggest looser of the slowly unfolding currency war and since the global financial meltdown. The devaluation has been regarded for many as wake-up call to reform their economies. The officials are already drawing new plans […]

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The Strong Dollar Weakens American Companies Profit Outlook

The Strong Dollar Weakens American Companies Profit Outlook

The foreign subsidiaries of U.S. companies are suffering from the robust dollar. American firms had a rocky beginning in 2015 as their profits from overseas subsidiaries dropped significantly. Is the strong U.S. dollar to blame for the fall? Two Fed economist might […]

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Hope arising for negotiations end, euro shares go up again

Hope arising for negotiations end, euro shares go up again

European shares made a big jump on the markets today after information spread about the Greece –IMF negotiations progress. “A deal could be reached” is the sentence that gave wings to euro shares and also kept a save ground under […]

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Gold, platinum and silver in the spotlight again

Gold, platinum and silver in the spotlight again

These past few weeks, the U.S dollar was all over gold stocks. The correlation between them is undeniable, and although gold has been trying to ditch that dependence, it was a mission impossible. As bond and equity volatility keep on, […]

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Stocks dip, dollar weaker because alleged Obama statement

Stocks dip, dollar weaker because alleged Obama statement

It was a strange day on the European stock markets after the president of USA, Barack Obama allegedly made a statement in which he expressed concern over the strength of the dollar. This was later denied though. German government in […]

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U.S jobs report gives the dollar a new life

U.S jobs report gives the dollar a new life

After jobs growth made a suggestion that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates a lot sooner than expected, the U.S Treasury posted their steepest weekly jump in almost two years and the U.S currency made it to the biggest […]

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Main reasons for the euro jump

Main reasons for the euro jump

In the last few days the euro fights back in comparison with almost every important currency. In the last couple of days the European currency jumped 3 percent against the British pound, 3.5 percent against the U.S dollar and 2 percent in […]

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European shares pulling up

European shares pulling up

It was a good Monday for European shares, thanks to the alleged progress in the negotiations between Greece and the euro zone partners. Chinese stock markets made a five percent rally, and made significant contribution to the European shares jump. […]

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Euro goes deeper after Greece failed to meet deadline

Euro goes deeper after Greece failed to meet deadline

Greece failed to honor the deadline they have given themselves to come to an agreement with the euro zone partners about paying back the credits in order to receive new financial aid. This new development is the main reason for […]

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European shares pulling up

European shares pulling up

It was a good Monday for European shares, thanks to the alleged progress in the negotiations between Greece and the euro zone partners. Chinese stock markets made a five percent rally, and made significant contribution to the European shares jump. […]

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