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The Dollar to Generally Win by Default Ahead

DOLLAR: Short Term: The path of least resistance remains up in the Dollar as hope for action from the Fed remains in play. However, the Dollar bulls will have to skate through a mixed set of housing starts and permits data early on. The question for the Dollar today is whether or not the Fed […]

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Looks Like More Dollar Declines Today

DOLLAR: The Dollar was knocked down off a much softer than expected US Productivity result as that result was spun into a view that the US economy was headed for more slowing. However, we could argue that seeing productivity decline in a way prevents the Fed from being more patient with inflation and rates to […]

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CURRENCIES: Renewed USD Selling Expected Following Personal Spending

DOLLAR: A short tern overbought condition in the Dollar should leave the currency vulnerable to US scheduled data flows and commentary from the Fed’s Fischer. The trade and talking heads are wondering if the Fed acknowledges developing weakness in the US economy and if the Fed will acknowledge the potential headwinds from international conditions. Undermining […]

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Thoughts on Cyprus…How Much Does It Matter?

Throughout this past week, many traders had the same question: How could the little island nation of Cyprus wreck so much havoc upon global markets? Although Cyprus has a population of just over 1 million and a GDP that is less that 0.15% of the total for the 27-nation European Union, their financial service sector […]

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