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marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / April 15, 2014
The US dollar is firmer against the yen and dollar-bloc currencies, but is weaker against the euro and especially, sterling. Sterling has been lifted by an unexpected decline in the unemployment rate to below 7%, the threshold under the previous forward guidance framework.
gold-eagle.com / By Chris Vermeulen / April 16, 2014
I want to make you aware of a possible major breakdown in the US dollar index and provide you with my gold forecast. If this scenario plays out then we will see the Euro explode to the upside and also see commodity based currencies like the [...]
From today’s Open Europe news summary: Draghi suggests that the ECB could ease policy further to tackle strong euro Speaking at the spring meetings of the IMF and World Bank over the weekend, ECB President Mario Draghi said that the further strengthening of the euro “requires [...]
The dollar’s technical tone has improved against the complex of European currencies, but it remains soft against the dollar-bloc. There are a few macro-fundamental developments, like Draghi’s hint that the ECB may be getting closer to taking non-conventional measures and somewhat stronger US data that weighed on [...]
This Great Graphic is the monthly bar chart of the euro. It was constructed on Bloomberg. It shows that the euro has been turned back from a monthly trend line drawn off the 2008 record high and the 2011 high near $1.50.
The euro’s demise has been long foretold, including [...]
marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / March 1, 2014
French President Hollande, fresh from a stunning defeat in local elections is signaling that he will once seek the EC (and Germany’s) forbearance to relax the fiscal rules yet again for the euro zone’s second largest economy.
Yesterday INSEE reported that France’s 2013 budget deficit [...]
theaureport.com / Brian Sylvester of The Mining Report / April 1, 2014
Stephan Bogner, mining analyst with Rockstone Research and CEO of Elementum International, views the crisis in Crimea as the beginning of a larger global powershift east of the Atlantic. In this interview with The Mining Report, Bogner details what these shifting power dynamics [...]
The lowest euro area CPI print in four years has not spurred investors to reconsider the outlook for this week’s ECB meeting. Most recognize the ECB is likely to shrug off today’s preliminary report. It is not clean, in the sense of the base effect of lower [...]
traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / By Dan Norcini / March 26, 2014
The chatter in the Forex markets today centered around the comments of Bundesbank President Weidman who seemed to be concerned about the low level of inflation in the Euro Zone. Throw in the comments of some other major European Central Bankers and that hit the Euro [...]
A common argument for dumping the Euro is that it is overvalued, and that the ECB (European Central Bank) is unwilling to correct this so-called “problem.” This overvaluation is regularly cited as being over 10 percent against the dollar. The Swiss central bank surrendered control of [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 03/13/2014 13:59 -0400
It would appear that 1.39 EURUSD is the line in the sand for Mario Draghi. As pressures build on European competitiveness, Draghi appears to have finally got sick of China buying EURs to diversify its FX reserves away from USDs. This time “whatever it takes” [...]
The euro and Swiss franc rose to new highs since Q4 2011, while sterling moved to within half a cent of the best level since 2009 set in mid-February in recent days. The market was all rife with speculation of a break out. However, our reading of [...]
news.goldseek.com / By: Axel G. Merk / 6 March 2014
The cleanest of the dirty shirts doesn’t necessarily preserve your purchasing power. Sure, the U.S. dollar has beaten the Russian Ruble and some others of late, but when it comes to real competition, the U.S. dollar has taken a back seat. The U.S. dollar’s [...]
caseyresearch.com / By Chuck Butler / February 27, 2014
Currencies & metals get taken to the woodshed. Euro leads currencies back to the porch. A$ gets whacked on very weak CAPEX report. Frank Trotter adds a new index for us to follow! In This Issue.* Currencies & metals get taken to the woodshed. * Euro [...]
thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / February 14, 2014
The eurozone crisis is just getting started. The project to impose political union is bringing economic ruin, making the legitimacy of the EU project ever more vulnerable … In countries more obviously affected by the euro’s financial crisis, disillusionment with the European project [...]
"Many gold bugs readily admit silver to be more depressed than gold. Ted Butler stated long ago that not even gold has a users association. The fact of the existence of this group is another of many proofs that synthetic money creators hate and fear silver even more than their loathing for gold." - Charles Savoie