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Euro Falls for a 3rd Day, Peripheral Bonds Suffer as Europe’s Problems Reemerge

The Euro looks set to close down versus the dollar for a third day in a row as Europe's problems are brought to the forefront again. Allegedly behind the scenes France is pushing Spain to ask for aid in order to take advantage of the positive market conditions post-Draghi's bond buying announcement. The Spanish government is still reluctant to do so, partly because the pressure of the market has...

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September 26, 2012 @ 6:39 pm

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Euro Falls for a 3rd Day, Peripheral Bonds Suffer as Europe’s Problems Reemerge

The Euro looks set to close down versus the dollar for a third day in a row as Europe's problems are brought to the forefront again. Allegedly behind the scenes France is pushing Spain to ask for aid in order to take advantage of the positive market conditions post-Draghi's bond buying announcement. The Spanish government is still reluctant to do so, partly because the pressure of the market has...

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September 26, 2012 @ 6:39 pm

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Euro Closes Day Up 45 Pips + Different Markets Reaction to the ESM Ruling

In the previous article we talked about the ESM ruling, if you want more detail on it click here. Here we'll look at the market's reaction on the ruling across the various asset classes. As mentioned previously, the ruling was largely expected, although some of the conditions imposed by the Germany's Constitutional Court may have been less strict then expected by the market. As a consequence we...

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September 13, 2012 @ 4:26 am

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Euro Closes Day Up 45 Pips + Different Markets Reaction to the ESM Ruling

In the previous article we talked about the ESM ruling, if you want more detail on it click here. Here we'll look at the market's reaction on the ruling across the various asset classes. As mentioned previously, the ruling was largely expected, although some of the conditions imposed by the Germany's Constitutional Court may have been less strict then expected by the market. As a consequence we...

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September 13, 2012 @ 4:26 am

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