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EUR/USD2015-01-28 07:03 UTC

EUR-USD recovered to the 1.1380 after dipping to a low of 1.1336 during the Asian session, adding to the feel that the euro has managed to build a toehold after making an 11-year low at 1.1098 during the early hours of Asian trade on Monday. Market attention is presently turned toward the Fed's announcement tomorrow, which is expected to maintain the "patience" stance with regard eventual first policy tightening. We still anticipate that ... Read More 

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  • North American Edition2015-01-27 11:14 UTC

    A generally firmer euro was the main theme in European AM trade, while the dollar traded mixed. EUR-USD ran to a peak of 1.1345, underpinned by the SNB's Danthine saying that the central bank remains prepared for intervention despite abandoning the former EUR-CHF peg at 1.2000. Stops through 1.1300-10 added fuel to the move. EUR-CHF, for its part, spiked to a 1.0382 high, the best level seen since the SNB abandoned the peg at 1.2000 on Jan-15, though ... Read More 

  • European Edition2015-01-28 07:03 UTC

    The AUD and SGD were the main shows in town, with the former spiking above 0.80 on Australian CPI data and the latter diving sharply after Singapore's MAS unexpectedly cut the slope of monetary policy band. AUD-USD made a five-day peak of 0.8025. Australia Q4 CPI came in at 0.2% q/q, below the median 0.3%, but the core 'trimmed mean' -- which the RBA focuses on -- was above expectations at 0.7% q/q. This has dented expectations for the RBA to ease rates ... Read More 

  • Asian Edition2015-01-27 19:04 UTC

    The dollar took a solid hit in N.Y. on Monday, with selling starting early, as key corporate earnings misses made it clear Wall Street would not be having a good day. Microsoft, P&G, 3M, Caterpillar and Pfizer all fell short of street estimates, while future guidance singled out the problems with a strong dollar, and weak commodity prices. Yields dropped, which didn't help the greenback, while incoming durables data were horrible at best, and helped ... Read More 

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