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The Euro

armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / July 23, 2014

The Euro continues to sink lower as the dollar has risen to eight-month highs on worries over tougher sanctions to be imposed upon Russia and their potential impact on the seriously weak Eurozone growth. The tax rates in Europe are simply insane and now even the [...]

Gold & Silver Trading Alert: Euro’s Breakdown and Its Implications

news.goldseek.com / By: Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA / 23 July 2014

Briefly: In our opinion (full) speculative short positions in gold, silver and mining stocks are now justified from the risk/reward perspective.

The Euro Index broke decisively below the rising long-term support line (based on the 2012 and mid-2013 bottoms) and this is a major [...]

Euro Eases to New 2014 Lows

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 22, 2014

The euro slipped through the low of the year and the weekly trend line going back to 2012. However, it found bids near $1.3460 and has recovered a bit. The key on the upside now is $1.3500. A move above there and the technical tone can [...]

Euro Slips, but will it Break?

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 22, 2014

The US dollar is posting modest gains against most of the major currencies. The Australian dollar is a the main exception. Following the government’s nonchalant attitude last week, the central bank governor failed to mention the exchange rate in a speech. This seems to be emboldening [...]

Great Graphic: Euro Weekly Trend Line Under Attack

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 18, 2014

This Great Graphic, created on Bloomberg, is a weekly bar chart of the euro. In July 2012, the euro approached the $1.20 level, the lowest level since it bottomed in 2010 just below $1.1880. Last July, the euro slipped toward $1.2750.

The trend line that [...]

Euro Tumbles As Italy Slashes Growth Expectations

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/18/2014 09:20 -0400

The Euro is tumbling as Italy slashes economic growth expectations:

*BANK OF ITALY SEES ITALY GDP UP 0.2% THIS YR, 1.3% IN 2015 *BANK OF ITALY SEES DOWNSIDE RISKS FOR ITALY GROWTH EST. THIS YR

The Bank of Italy expected 0.7% growth [...]

Euro Continues Closing in on Key Chart Support

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / Dan Norcini / Thursday, July 17, 2014

Those of you who have been following this blog for a while should be familiar with my view that the currency world has been rather erratic of late. Many of the majors are in trading range market without any clearly defined trend.The Euro is no exception. [...]

Gold, Euro, Dollar & Where The Chinese Are Buying Real Estate

kingworldnews.com / July 18, 2014

With action in the gold and silver markets heating up, today top Citi analyst Tom Fitzpatrick sent King World News four incredibly important charts which cover gold, the dollar, and the euro. Below are the four key charts that all KWN readers around the world must see as well as [...]

Gold, Euro, And Treasuries React To Yellen

goldsilverworlds.com / July 15, 2014

This is an excerpt from the daily StockCharts.com newsletter to premium subscribers, which offers daily a detailed market analysis (recommended service).

Fed Chair Janet Yellen is generating a lot of inter-market action with her testimony before congress. I am not going to comment on her comments because market reactions [...]

Draghi Jawbones “Appreciating Euro Would Be Risk To Recovery”; Market Shrugs

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/14/2014 13:44

It appears His word is losing its omniscience. Speaking to the European Parliament, ECB’s Mario Draghi unleashes a torrent of negative-now-but-positive-just-around-the-corner attempts to talk down the Euro… and it’s not working…

*DRAGHI SAYS APPRECIATING EURO WOULD BE RISK TO RECOVERY (sell!) *DRAGHI SAYS JUNE [...]

Daily Nugget: Is Gold a Hedge Against the Euro or the Dollar?

therealasset.co.uk / by Research Desk / Jul 9 2014

No Acceleration of the US Economy

The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Jeffrey Lacker, said, “he is not expecting an acceleration in the US economy in the near future but instead for growth to continue at its current modest pace.”

[...]

French Industry Calls for Massive Devaluation of the Euro

armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / July 9, 2014

Head of Airbus in France calls on the ECB to lower the rate of the euro by massive money printing to $ 1.20. Like other states, he is calling effectively for a devaluation of the Euro to make European goods competitive in world markets. The [...]

Daily Pfennig: Chinese PMI Prints Stronger!

caseyresearch.com / By Chuck Butler / July 1, 2014 4:50am

In This Issue.

* RBA doesn’t push the A$ down. * Dollar is getting offered. * U.K. PMI prints stronger cable at 5 year high! * Gold gains $15 Monday/

And Now. Today’s A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

Chinese PMI Prints Stronger!

Good Day! . [...]

Great Graphic: Is Euro-Yen Telling Us Something about Dollar-Yen?

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / June 30, 2014

This Great Graphic, created on Bloomberg, shows the euro-yen (white line) and dollar-yen (yellow line) over the past three months indexed to April 1. What it seems to show is that euro-yen has been leading dollar-yen. The euro tends to peak and bottom before the dollar [...]

Currency Positioning and Technical Outlook: Dollar Shakes, but will it Break?

marctomarket.com / Marc Chandler / June 28, 2014

The constructive outlook for the US dollar was predicated on two beliefs.First that growth and interest rate differentials favored the US over the euro area and Japan. Second that this would be the key driver in the foreign exchange market. The nearly 3% contraction of the US [...]

European Credit Dirigisme

acting-man.com / By Pater Tenebrarum / June 25, 2014

Plan A

In its most recent monetary policy announcement, the ECB council introduced a new type of long term financing instrument, the so-called “TLTRO”, short for “targeted long term refinancing operation”. The reason is that the ECB has noticed that in [...]

Daily Pfennig: German IFO Prints Weaker Than Expected

caseyresearch.com / Chuck Butler / June 24, 2014 4:03am

In This Issue.

* Dollar is softer, against most currencies today. * Gold gets boost from geo-political problems. * Euro recovers from weaker IFO. * Germany forgets about repatriating their Gold.

And Now. Today’s A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

German IFO Prints Weaker Than Expected.

Good [...]

German gold stays in New York in rebuff to euro doubters

gata.org / By Birgit Jennen / June 23, 2014

By Birgit Jennen Bloomberg News Monday, June 23, 2014

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-06-23/german-gold-stays-in-new-york-i…

BERLIN — Germany has decided its gold is safe in American hands.

Surging mistrust of the euro during Europe’s debt crisis fed a campaign to bring Germany’s entire $141 billion gold reserve home from New York [...]

German Gold Stays in New York in Rebuff to Euro Doubters

CDU’s Juergen Hardt told reporters in May, “It’s my view that the gold reserves should be stored wherever they might be needed in an emergency.”

bloomberg.com / By Birgit Jennen / Jun 23, 2014 4:42 PM GMT

Germany has decided its gold is safe in American hands.

Surging mistrust of [...]

21/6/2014: IMF ‘Waived’ Sustainability Requirement in Lending to Euro Area Countries

trueeconomics.blogspot.com / Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / Saturday, June 21, 2014

IMF paper, published yesterday now fully admits that the Fund has ‘waived’ its own core requirements for lending under the core programmes in euro area ‘periphery’. More importantly, the criteria for lending that was violated by the Fund is… the requirement that “public debt be [...]

The Euro Goes Negative

trumanfactor.com / Dickson Buchanan, Jr. / 21/06/2014

The European Central Bank’s (ECB) decision to charge a negative interest on overnight deposits is not going to lead to a higher targeted inflation rate, despite ECB President Mario Draghi’s insistence that it will. Like all cases of central planning, this decision will have unintended [...]

Fourth Largest Bulgarian Bank Seized After Bank Run: “Let’s Not Tear Down Our House” Central Banker Begs

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 06/20/2014 10:57

The small, impoverished country of Bulgaria may not be in the Eurozone (even though its currency is pegged to the Euro), but it is in the European Union. Which is why we find it surprising that there has been relatively little mention that overnight the fourth [...]

Gold Chart

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / Dan Norcini / Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Gold has been trekking slowly higher on low volume as it inches away from support at $1240. Calls for slower global economic growth seem to be putting some firmness in the market as some shorts pull out and move to the sidelines with some bargain hunters [...]

Daily Pfennig: Consumer Credit Soars!

caseyresearch.com / Chuck Butler / June 11, 2014 9:02am

In This Issue.

* Antipodean currencies outperform overnight. * Euro needs a few days for the markets to forget the pain. * Richard Duncan on Creditism. * S. African strike boosts metals.

And Now. Today’s A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

Consumer Credit Soars! .

Good Day! [...]

Will Spain Default?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 06/11/2014 09:31

With 10Y yields trading below those of US Treasuries, asking the question of Spain’s rising default risk seems risible but as Bloomberg’s Maxime Sbaihi notes, the longer the euro flirts with deflation, the higher the risk that the heavily indebted (and becoming more so) countries [...]

Daily Pfennig: The New Funding Currency For The Carry Trade

caseyresearch.com / Chuck Butler / June 10, 2014 5:35am

In This Issue.

* Bias to buy dollars creeps into currencies. * Euro fades on Carry Trade thoughts. * Oil climbs to $104, and Mogambo says “Wheeeee”! * Kiwi is top performer overnight on rate thoughts.

And Now. Today’s A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

The New [...]

US Dollar takes out Chart Resistance

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / By Dan Norcini / June 10, 2014

It appears as if the weakness in the Euro finally enabled the Dollar to take out overhead chart resistance. Last week, when the ECB announced its new monetary stimulus measures, the Dollar shot sharply higher as the Euro initially plummeted lower but neither currency stayed with [...]

One Down; One to Go

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / By Dan Norcini / June 5, 2014

The big day ( One Down) that we have been waiting for this week has finally arrived with the ECB taking some steps to provide a sort of monetary stimulus to the flagging Eurozone economy. They lowered rates from 0.25% to 0.15% and actually pushed the [...]

Stocks Hit Record Highs As Bonds & Euro Shrug At ECB

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 06/05/2014 11:47

The most critical asset to be impacted by the ECB – EURUSD – is not reacting and is now actually higher than before Draghi unleashed his mini-LTRO. US Treasury yields are also unchanged – having roundtripped 7bps. But while bonds and FX don’t care – Gold [...]

ECB Negative Interest Rates To Weaken Euro, Make Non Yielding Gold More Attractive

goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / 5 June 2014

The European Central Bank is poised to impose negative interest rates on its overnight depositors, seeking to cajole banks into lending and to prevent the euro zone falling into Japan-like deflation.

The ECB will be the first of the “Big Four” central banks – ECB, Bank [...]