GBP/USD slides to near two-week lows, around mid-1.3100s

The latest GBI slide show reveals that the US Dollar and the Euro are making headway against the GBP/USD. Although a stronger dollar is always a positive, a weaker euro can be a big worry in the UK market. At this time it is not even clear that the euro will remain strong in the long term. The Euro is […]

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USD/TRY climbs to fresh all-time highs next stop at 7.50?

We have all heard about the “USD/TRY” climbing to new all time highs this week. This is a very important moment, a time when everyone who cares about global trade will be watching very closely. If you have been looking at this currency for any length of time, then you know how important it is and why the move up […]

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USD/JPY: Abenomics inability to boost inflation entails stronger yen

The Japanese government’s Abenomics policy has been aimed at boosting inflation to a level where it can be seen as a positive for the country’s currency, the Japanese dollar. In Japan, as in many other countries, economic activity is determined by the country’s real gross domestic product (GDP). The higher the GDP of a country, the more stable it is. […]

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Philippines: Inflation remains within the central banks target

The Philippines is an island of the South-East Asian region. It is located in the Northern tip of India, in the area of the Malay Peninsula. It is a state of Malaysia, which is bordered by the Andaman Sea to the North and the Gulf of Thailand to the South. It is also called as the Philippines or the Spanish […]

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Euro’s credibility is a trap for the Eurozone

The credibility of the Euro’s integrity is a trap for the Eurozone. There are two reasons why the credibility of the European Central Bank’s bond-buying program (toxic) and that of the European Commission’s attempt to force down the Euro’s value (tense). The credibility of the European Central Bank’s purchase of bonds has been called into question by the Eurogroup and […]

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