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Yen, bonds, gold all gain at dollar’s expense

Fresh cracks appeared in global markets on Thursday as investors sought the safety of Japanese yen, gold and top-rated bonds while dumping U.S. dollars on bets the Federal Reserve could be done raising interest rates. Read more »

Dollar hits four-month low as investors flee to safe havens

The dollar tumbled to a nearly four-month low on Tuesday as growing fears of a global slowdown pushed investors to safe-haven currencies like the Japanese yen and Swiss franc. Read more »

US Dollar (USD) Exchange Rate Forecast 2015: USD/EUR Drops on Greek Renaissance, USD/GBP out of reach

US Dollar (USD) Exchange Rate Forecast 2015: USD/EUR Drops on Greek Renaissance, USD/GBP out of reach. The US Dollar climbed significantly against the Australian Dollar on Thursday after upbeat US labour market data and weak Aussie stats emerged, while the US Dollar to Pound Sterling (USD/GBP) and US Dollar to Euro (USD/EUR) exchange rates declined moderately as the European currencies remained buoyant. Meanwhile the Russian currency after the recent strengthening of again losing ground – especially in the last 10 days the ruble sank against the dollar by 12 percent. Read more »

DJIA Today: how long the plastic bonanza will last?

DJIA Today: how long the plastic bonanza will last? Since 2009 the US market was bullish. Nearly five years of quantitative easing led us to greatly inflated financial market and virtualy no real economy progress. Moreover, clever manipulation of DJIA components resulted in a strange and unique flavor of index itself. Let’s look closer on the DJIA today. Read more »

EUR/USD forecast 2015 has surprised sullen bulls

EUR/USD forecast 2015 has surprised sullen bulls. The EUR/USD recovered 46 points as the dollar adjusted to 1.0887 as markets adjust from Friday’s volatile session. The euro had little reaction to the German Trade balance today as traders remain focuses on the US dollar and the possible Federal Reserve interest rate increased to be discussed next week at the FOMC meeting. Over the weekend, Greek officials hinted at a referendum if the government is unhappy with terms of the rescue deal from creditors. “There may be problems. We can go back to elections. Call a referendum…But, as my prime minister told me, we are not glued to our seats yet,” Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera on Sunday. Read more »