Posts Tagged ‘currencies’

  • Market Review May 18 2012

    May 18, 12 • 1176 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Asian markets are down on mounting uncertainty among Spanish banks and political havoc in Greece. Additionally, unfavorable economic data from the US also led to rise in risk aversion in the global markets. Moody’s Investors Service downgraded debt ratings...

  • Market Review May 17 2012

    May 17, 12 • 1181 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Following a positive start, U.S. stocks closed in the red for a fourth straight session on Wednesday, as investors weighed strong U.S. economic data against ongoing uncertainty about Greece’s political situation. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 33...

  • Market Review May 16 2012

    May 16, 12 • 1130 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Markets traded with a negative bias again, with equities falling, the USD rallying, and commodities selling off. Bonds were fairly flat after yesterday’s rally. The Greek political parties have failed to form a coalition government and it seems as though...

  • Market Review May 15 2012

    May 15, 12 • 1239 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    The Euro currency is a malady that condemns at least a generation of Greeks, Italians, Spaniards, Portuguese and Irish to the economic infirmary. In these nations, unemployment rates are now at their highest levels in recent decades, and there are few...

  • Market Review May 14 2012

    May 14, 12 • 1283 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Global markets were in double jeopardy this week, with continuing weakening of economic fundamentals worldwide along with steadily falling gains from different asset classes. US markets made another toppled closing this week with sharp sell-off in the banking...

  • Market Review May 11 2012

    May 11, 12 • 1113 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Economic Data for today After a mixed day on the eco data front on Thursday, with trade balances from around the globe and unemployment reports, today things quiet back down, the calendar is very thin, except for data from China, which is already coming in...

  • Market Review May 10 2012

    May 10, 12 • 1236 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Economic Data for May 10 2012 The calendar has been thin all week; today kicks off with Australia Unemployment numbers and Chinese Manufacturing and Trade Balance and continues to Japan for current account data and trade balance. In Europe, we will see a lot...

  • Market Review May 9 2012

    May 9, 12 • 3327 Views • Market Reviews 2 Comments

    Economic Events for May 9, 2012 for the European and US Markets Today’s eco calendar is virtually bear, with only some local and regional released, which will not have any market affects. The main events coming up are begin on the 10th, when things begin to...

  • Market Review May 8 2012

    May 8, 12 • 1241 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Economic Events for May 8, 2012 for the European and US Markets 00:01   GBP   RICS House Price Balance   -10%   -10% The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) House Price Balance measures the percentage of surveyors reporting a house price...

  • Market Review May 7 2012

    May 7, 12 • 1354 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Economic Events for May 7, 2012 for the European and US Markets 01:30   AUD   NAB Business Confidence   3 The National Australia Bank (NAB) Business Confidence Index rates the current level of business conditions in Australia. Changes in business...

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