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Monday, 20 February 2017
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Japanese Yen Declines After Trade Figures Miss Expectations
14:14 | 20/2/17
The Japanese Yen fell against the US Dollar as trade balance figures missed expectations. The data showed the nation's trade balance for January was -¥1086.9b versus -¥625.9b expected and ¥640.4b recorded in December.
British Pound Under Pressure As Inflation Begins To Bite Consumers
13:47 | 20/2/17
A host of data has failed to inspire, and the British Pound ended the week down against both the US Dollar and the Euro after failing to capitalize on the political woes facing both the Greenback and the European single currency.
Euro struggles as French political concerns take toll
13:43 | 20/2/17
TOKYO The euro struggled for traction against the dollar and yen early on Monday after suffering significant losses at the end of last week on renewed concerns about the upcoming French elections.
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Another Light Economic Calendar Has Euro Following Global Risk Trends
13:36 | 20/2/17
Despite the onslaught of headlines last week, the dull economic calendar and lack of significant drivers left the Euro mostly lifeless against its major counterparts, gaining no more than +0.38% (EUR/GBP) or losing more than -0.59% (EUR/JPY).
The Australian dollar is lower
13:14 | 20/2/17
At 0635 AEDT on Monday, the Australian dollar was worth 76.72 US cents, down from 77.09 US cents on Friday. The Aussie's rally has run out of steam and appears in need of consolidation inside a 76.00-77.00 US cent range said Westpac's Imre Speizer.
The Australian dollar is back below 77 cents, again
12:17 | 20/2/17
Business Insider Australia
Ray Attrill, global co-head of FX strategy at the National Australia Bank, said that the US dollar recovered on Friday with the greenback following US stock higher despite a decline in US bond yields.
In Asian emerging-market currency plays, the won reigns supreme
11:54 | 20/2/17
Malay Mail Online
The South Korean won has so far remained resilient to both a political scandal and concerns that Trump's protectionist policies will hurt exports.
NZ dollar falls as Fed minutes loom, pace of local economic growth weighed
09:02 | 20/2/17
New Zealand Herald
The New Zealand dollar fell ahead of minutes of the latest Federal Open Market Committee meeting and as investors weighed the competing forces of a robust local economy and optimism about the outlook for the US.
Pound to Canadian Dollar: Forecast for This Week
06:15 | 20/2/17
Pound Sterling Live
Despite being repelled following several attempts to break above, we still see a slight bias towards more upside, and therefore an eventual break higher emerging.
Forecast for the Pound to New Zealand Dollar in the Week Ahead
06:07 | 20/2/17
Pound Sterling Live
As we enter the new week, the GBP/NZD continues snaking sideways below the 50-day MA. It is moving broadly in a sideways range with substantial resistance from the 50-day MA and the trendline above making upside progress difficult.
Euro to COLLAPSE – people rush to buy gold as trust in single currency DISAPPEARS
03:48 | 20/2/17
The euro has been plagued with scandal after scandal with a stress test last year showing that many of the 19 countries which took on the currency from 2002 are facing unprecedented debts.
Pound to Australian Dollar Forecast for the Coming Week
03:14 | 20/2/17
Pound Sterling Live
GBP/AUD may be forming a triangle pattern as price action consolidates in between two narrowing lines. If it is a triangle, then it is in the early stages of development and is likely to oscillate and extend a little longer before finishing and ...
Trump Seen Winning Support to Declare China as Yuan Manipulator
01:56 | 20/2/17
A sign displaying the Hong Kong dollar and Chinese yuan currency signs sits outside a currency exchange store in Hong Kong, China, on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016.
UAE Expects to Award $5.4 Billion Deals at Defense Fair: Expo Says
01:45 | 20/2/17
U.S. News & World Report
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) awarded 4.5 billion dirhams ($1.2 billion) in military procurement deals on Sunday, part of a total of 20 billion dirhams worth of purchases it expects to make at an arms fair this week, a spokesman ...
Merkel: Euro has a 'valuation problem'
01:33 | 20/2/17
"We have at the moment in the eurozone of course a problem with the value of the euro," Angela Merkel told reporters at the Munich Security Conference.
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