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Forex: USD Outlook Hinges On FOMC Minutes- Euro Reversal Underway

Talking Points U.S. Dollar: Continues to Benefit From Risk Aversion, FOMC Minutes In Focus Euro: Private Lending Falters For Seventh Month, Bad Greek Loans Rise 50% British Pound: Credit Availability Increased ‘Significantly,’ BoE to Switch Gears U.S. Dollar: Continues to Benefit From Risk Aversion, Read More →

Forex News: Euro Sets New 3-Week Low Despite Quiet Session

The fiscal cliff euphoria seems to have completely worn off on Euro trading. EURUSD has fallen 80 points in today’s forex session, despite the lack of news over the European and Asian hours. The biggest piece of news came from Germany, Read More →

Commodities: Fed Meeting Minutes to Set Tone for US Jobs Report

Commodity prices look for minutes from December’s Federal Reserve meeting to set a precedent for interpreting Friday’s US employment report. Talking Points Commodities Correct Lower as Markets Digest “Fiscal Cliff” Deal Rally December’s FOMC Minutes to Set Precedent for Reading US Data Flow Commodities Read More →

Forex Analysis: Looking Past German Jobs Data, Focus on Fed Minutes

Forex markets are likely to look past a status-quo German jobs report to focus on minutes from December’s Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting. Talking Points Euro Volatility Unlikely on Status-Quo German Unemployment Report Dollar May Find Beginnings of New Dynamic in December’s FOMC Read More →

Guest Commentary: Greece–Outstanding tax debt worth €55 billion, primary budget surplus reached

Late in 2012, Greece received the long awaited tranche of aid, after executing a bond buyback program, amid other measures. The attention of financial markets has moved away from Greece, but the problems remain. One of the biggest issues is tax Read More →

Forex: EUR/USD- Trading Germany’s Unemployment Report

Trading the News: German Unemployment Change What’s Expected: Time of release: 01/03/2013 8:55 GMT, 3:55 EST Primary Pair Impact: EURUSD Expected: 10K Previous: 5K DailyFX Forecast: 5K to 15K Why Is This Event Important: Unemployment in Germany is expected to increase another 10K during December and the persistent Read More →