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By Katie Linsell, Bloomberg | January 6, 2015
By Matt Weller | January 1, 2015
By Neal Gilbert | December 31, 2014
The success of the U.S Dollar and the failure of the Euro throughout 2014 has been a long running and blatantly obvious story that has dominated the currency world.
By Carla Mains, Bloomberg | December 29, 2014
China will allow trading in forwards and swaps between the yuan and three more currencies in an effort to reduce foreign-exchange risks amid increased volatility in emerging markets.
By Matt Weller | December 29, 2014
The normally quiet post-Christmas, pre-New-Year’s trading week started off with a bit a of a bang in today’s European session after Greece’s Parliament failed to agree on a new president for the third and final time.
December 26, 2014
The yen dropped toward a seven-year low against the dollar after Japan’s consumer-price inflation slowed for a fourth month and real wages declined the most since 2009.
By Matt Weller | December 26, 2014
EUR/GBP vulnerable, bears eyeing 6-year lows at .7760.
By Matt Weller | December 24, 2014
Switzerland’s decision to go negative has had an impact on USDCHF, which spiked sharply last week.