Posts Tagged ‘eurozone’

  • A Look At The EURGBP

    A Down and Dirty Look at the EUR/GBP

    Apr 12, 12 • 2507 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on A Down and Dirty Look at the EUR/GBP

    Towards the end of last year and early this year, the EUR/GBP cross rate joined the broader market repositioning out of the euro. Investors were well aware that the ECB will keep monetary policy extremely loose in the foreseeable future and will continue to...

  • Daily Forex News - EU Firewall Lifeline For Spain

    The EU Firewall – A Lifeline For Spain

    Apr 2, 12 • 2634 Views • Between the lines Comments Off on The EU Firewall – A Lifeline For Spain

    On the last business day of March, the EU Finance Ministers announced their latest attempts to stave off the eurozone debt crisis by  boosting the eurozone’s firewall to €800 billion ($US1.07 billion) on the same day as the new Spanish government Mariano...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Turning 80 Billion Into 1 Trillion

    It’s Magic – Turning 80 Billion Euro Into 1 Trillion

    Mar 29, 12 • 4646 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    The EU commission, which is warning that euro-zone governments shouldn’t get complacent, also favours a much bigger firewall. It argues one is needed to signal to the market in advance that other euro-zone governments stand ready to backstop our bigger...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Eurozone Reacts To Poor PMI

    Eurozone Reacts To Poor PMI

    Mar 23, 12 • 837 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    German bonds had a second consecutive positive session on the back of bad EMU eco data whereas US bonds booked small gains. In a risk off sentiment, equities corrected further off the highs, commodities were dropped and on intra-EMU bond markets, spreads...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Negative Sentiment Returns To Financial Markets

    Negative Sentiment Returned To Financial Markets As The World Slept

    Mar 23, 12 • 3044 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Negative Sentiment Returned To Financial Markets As The World Slept

    Negative sentiment returned to financial markets as the world slept with investors worried that the European heartland is now at risk of tumbling into recession. The flash PMI estimates for China, France, Germany and the wider Eurozone are published in quick...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Capital Flight Hurting Greece

    All We Are Saying Is Give Greece A Chance

    Feb 27, 12 • 7893 Views • Market Commentaries 3 Comments

    “All We Are Saying Is Give Greece A Chance.” Are Strawberry Fields Forever? Oh no, not The Beatles. Apologies readers, but as a native of Liverpool it’s often stomach churning to witness them being used to promote movements or ideals....

  • Forex Market Commentaries - China Commits To Eurozone

    China Commits To The Eurozone As Storm Clouds Once Again Gather Over Greece

    Feb 15, 12 • 12680 Views • Market Commentaries 4 Comments

    It’s quite fascinating to note that whilst there is a Chinese delegation visiting Washington to meet with Barack Obama a European delegation is visiting Beijing. Whilst in the USA the Chinese officials have been very vocal their support of Europe (and...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - UK Stuck Between A Rock And A Hard Place

    The UK Is A Rock In A Hard Place

    Feb 3, 12 • 6048 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    Pandora’s box is an artefact in Greek mythology, taken from the myth of Pandora’s creation in Hesiod’s Works and Days. The “box” was actually a large jar given to Pandora which contained all the evils of the world. When Pandora...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Paul Krugman On Greece Default

    Greece Will Default On Its Debt And Will Eventually Leave The Euro

    Feb 3, 12 • 8017 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    “Greece Will Default On Its Debt And Will Eventually Leave The Euro” – Paul Krugman The USA jobs numbers could disappoint.. So another month ticks by and another ‘NFP day’ comes around. For what it’s worth my advice is...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Greek And Euro Ministers

    Greek & Euro Ministers Play Game Of Show & Tell With Private Bondholders

    Jan 24, 12 • 2640 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Greek & Euro Ministers Play Game Of Show & Tell With Private Bondholders

    Following yesterday’s meetings in Brussels, Greek ministers have insisted that banks must accept a lower interest rate on the new Greek bonds that they will receive as part of the ‘swap’ deal. The 4% coupon demanded by the Institute of...

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