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  • Forex Market Commentaries - Bank Closures on the Horizon for 2011

    The Recent History of Epic Bank Failure has been Forgotten

    Sep 23, 11 • 5836 Views • Market Commentaries 3 Comments

    During the 2008-2009 banking crisis the FDIC website experienced a surge in traffic. Plenty of observers have kept a ‘weather eye’ on the site since. It listed and continues to list failed banks and financial institutions in the USA whose...

  • Forex Articles from FXCC

    Is Forex Trading a Form of Gambling?

    Sep 19, 11 • 30795 Views • Forex Trading Articles 12 Comments

    There's been a subtle change on the high streets of the UK over recent years. Previously betting shops were mysterious smoke filled denizens where the errant uncle, father or grandfather wasted a proportion of his wages each week, (in between visits to...

  • Market Commentaries - Fuel for Thought

    Fuel for Thought

    Sep 19, 11 • 1383 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Fuel for Thought

    The United States is the world’s largest producer of ethanol fuel. The U.S. produced 50.0 billion litres of ethanol fuel in 2010. Ethanol fuel is mainly used in the U.S. as an oxygenate to gasoline. In 2009, from all the ethanol fuel consumed in the...

  • Daily Forex News - Between the Lines

    European Finance Ministers: USA Should Get Own House in Order

    Sep 16, 11 • 3487 Views • Between the lines Comments Off on European Finance Ministers: USA Should Get Own House in Order

    “We’re taking no lectures from you” was the polite message European finance ministers and policy makers subtly delivered to USA treasury secretary Geithner on Friday during their meeting in Poland. Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter...

  • Forex Articles | The Ghost of Lehman Brothers

    Happy Lehman day! Have the masters of the universe lost their kryptonite, or just their marbles?

    Sep 15, 11 • 9211 Views • Forex Trading Articles 4 Comments

    On October 5th 2010 there was an audible gasp in the French courtroom at the historic Palais de Justice when the 'rogue trader' Jérôme Kerviel was convicted of a breach of trust, computer abuse and forgery. The 33-year-old was convicted...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Eurobonds Plan for Eurozone Crisis

    The name's Bond, Eurobond

    Sep 15, 11 • 3229 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on The name's Bond, Eurobond

    The European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has a plan and it’s backed by a string of high profile figures as a ‘rescue plan’ for the debt crisis Euroland and moreover the major European banks face. The plan is to issue...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Money Flight

    Money Flight and Pulling Gold Teeth

    Sep 14, 11 • 11585 Views • Market Commentaries 4 Comments

    There is a phenomena occurring throughout Europe that is being hushed, the topic is money flight and it belongs in the same Pandora’s box of discussion subjects governments and central banks would rather not be part of lunch or dinner table...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Banking Crisis

    Kick it into the long grass, kick it further, then bury it

    Sep 14, 11 • 6821 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Kick it into the long grass, kick it further, then bury it

    There were respected economists such as Nouriel Roubini who, as early as 2005-2006, spotted the dangers the shadow banking system were potentially causing the credit markets. When the cardiac arrest came in 2007-2008, perpetuated by Bear Sterns and ultimately...

  • Daily Forex News - Between the Lines

    Italians Wooing Chinese to Buy Italian Bonds

    Sep 13, 11 • 4234 Views • Between the lines Comments Off on Italians Wooing Chinese to Buy Italian Bonds

    Equities received a modest boost in USA in late trading on Monday evening as news emerged that Italy is apparently courting China trying to get it to buy as much of it’s ‘junk’ as possible. Apparently these negotiations have been conducted...

  • Forex Market Commentatries - Australian Economy

    Australia, why are the 'boom and gloom' merchants hovering and sharpening their knives?

    Sep 13, 11 • 3846 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    Throughout the global financial maelstrom which has existed since 2007-2008 Australia has continually bucked the trend. Even the devastating series of floods experienced in Jan this year (2011) appeared to only temporarily knock the vast country from...

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