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By Matt Weller | May 1, 2015
By Tetsushi Kajimoto and Ian Chua, Reuters | March 20, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | March 4, 2015
From “Spocking” in Canada to overtly political imagery in Greece, paper currency is growing in popularity. Defacing notes is illegal and a criminal offence in the EU, U.S. and most countries
By Lucy Meakin, Bloomberg | February 12, 2015
Bank of Japan policy makers are starting to see extra stimulus as counterproductive. Loose policy might damage confidence, but for now, the yen seems to be on the up.
By Kelly Smith | February 11, 2015
U.S. strength contrasted with European uncertainty to create swinging gold prices.
By David Goodman and Andrea Wong, Bloomberg | January 28, 2015
Unexpected monetary easing highlighted divergence among global central bank strategies.
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | January 23, 2015
In the wake of the ECB's quantitative easing announcement, stocks rose while bond yields and the euro fell to record lows.
By Nick Gentle and Stephen Kirkland, Bloomberg | January 13, 2015
By Matt Weller | November 21, 2014
After seeing a massive downtrend throughout 2011, 2012, and 2013, AUD/NZD is finally showing signs of stabilizing this year.
By Matt Weller | November 13, 2014
The Australian dollar was hit by a one-two punch of weak Chinese data and comments from RBA Deputy Governor Kent, who stated that the RBA would not rule out direct intervention to weaken the Aussie.