Foreign Exchange
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The euro fell to a four-year low in early June, dropping to within a whisker of its 1999 introductory rate of $1.18, before suddenly bouncing higher in thin trading conditions as the summer doldrums neared. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS — FOREIGN EXCHANGE ...
Actions to defuse Europe's debt crisis have shifted the focus to the euro, which is now bearing the brunt of the selling. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS — FOREIGN EXCHANGE GREEK DEBT CRISIS MORPHING INTO EURO PROBLEM By Gordon Platt The nearly $1 trillio...
Technology is revolutionizing FX trading and providing increasing opportunities in the world’s biggest financial market. SPOTLIGHT: TRADING UP Technology is revolutionizing foreign exchange trading and providing ever-increasing opportunities in the world’s...
The dollar has found a new reason to rally. Earlier this year, the greenback benefited from the sovereign risk crisis that focused on Greece and other EU countries. STRENGTH IN US ECONOMY PROPELS DOLLAR, AS INTEREST RATE INCREASES DRAW CLOSER By Gordon Platt ...
The ability of Greece to raise significant funds in the bond market helped to calm investors’ nerves over the sovereign debt crisis in Europe last month, providing some support for the euro and slowing the dollar’s rally. DOLLAR’S RISE SLOWS AS DEBT P...
Weakness in the euro is contributing to the dollar's recovery, as the search for a safe haven favors the United States, analysts say. The euro fell to a 10-month low last month, with worries about Greece's sovereign risk spilling over into Portugal and Spain. EU...
The dollar could extend its recovery through the first quarter of 2010, as the Federal Reserve terminates some of its special lending facilities, analysts say, but the greenback’s long-term declining trend likely will reassert itself later in the year, they add. ...
The best banks in the foreign exchange market performed well throughout the financial crisis, keeping the market open and helping clients to cope with the challenging environment. Many of them took advantage of the turmoil to increase their market share and develop new ...
Before the global financial crisis hit, prime brokerage had become one of the fastestgrowing products in the foreign exchange market. The service enables hedge funds and other customers to view and trade on the best prices available in the market from a number of major ...
Foreign exchange market analysts expect the dollar to turn higher sometime in 2010, but whether the turning point comes early or late in the year could very well depend on how long the Federal Reserve waits to raise rates. Dollar’s Recovery Linked To Timing Of Fe...
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