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Precious Metals Sell Off On Chinese Reverse Hike

Global equities are headed lower after a nice bull run early this week, with profit-taking likely being seen after PBOC move. Asian stocks dropped, sending the MSCI Asia Pacific index down 0.4%, its first loss in two days. In Europe, stocks are retreating for a second day with the Euro Stoxx 600 down 0.7%. German stocks retreated with the Dax down 0.3%...
By: dslmpartners On Friday, 14 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Robust Demand For Peripheral European Debt Spurs Euro Rally

Global equities remained firm after US stocks rallied on solid earnings and a slight easing in euro zone tensions improved risk appetite. In Asia, MSCI Asia Pacific was up 0.8% and for its highest advance for nearly two years. Japan's Nikkei closed 0.7% higher after running into profit taking after reaching fresh 8-month highs. In Europe, stocks retreated, dragging the Stoxx Europe 600 index...
By: dslmpartners On Thursday, 13 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Key Functions Of A Central Bank In Forex Trading

Central banks exist for nearly all countries of the world. Central banks have so many responsibilities, their prime responsibility is to encourage and preserve monetary and economic stability, regularly by setting the economical policies to facilitate their country's economic goals.Because of a part of its responsibility of managing the financial system of a country, Central Bank is issued with the only authority of issuing money notes. The governments matter currency notes of les...
By: writer On Thursday, 13 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Avail Brokers Services From Forexfounders.com

You need to be a sound and trusted to trade in the forex market. The broker is the person who facilitates your communication with the forex market. Forex basically stands for the foreign switch over which fundamentally consists of transactions focusing on the exchange of one currency to another currency. All of this and more of Forex transactions are operated with a mediator called Forex broker. With the introduction of extensive ease of access to the internet, online forex brokers have...
By: writer On Thursday, 13 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Markets Rally After A Successful Portuguese Debt Auction

Global equities remained firm after US stocks rallied on solid earnings and a slight easing in euro zone tensions. In Asia, stocks rose sending the MSCI Asia Pacific up 0.9%, its first advance in four days. However, Japan's Nikkei was flat. In Europe, stocks advanced for a second day with the Euro Stoxx up 0.9%, boosted by financials. The DAX was up 1....
By: dslmpartners On Wednesday, 12 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Market Updates Available At Forexfounders.com

Foreign exchange market or FOREX is more commonly known as the trading with the different currencies across the globe. Foreign currencies are constantly bought and sold across the local and the global markets and traders do their investments with the increase or the decrease in value based upon the currency movements. Forex trading situation can even vary at any time in response to the real-time forex events.When deciding the top forex trading concern to de...
By: writer On Wednesday, 12 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Euro Pauses After 4-month Low Against Dollar

The euro stopped the progress of a four-day decline in opposition to the dollar this Monday, but was not capable of taking back much of its sudden losses in the middle of persistent concerns which Europe's sovereign debt disaster is about to twisting out of hand. Basically the European Central Bank was supposed to be buying Portuguese bonds and offering brief relief after the interest rate premium on the Lisbon's sovereign debt increased harshly last week.However, France and Germa...
By: writer On Wednesday, 12 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Equities Rise On Strong Petroleum Prices

Global equity markets were mostly higher, although gains in Asia were relatively modest. In Asia, the MSCI Asia Pacific consolidated two days of losses to end virtually flat. The Japanese market struggled, with the Nikkei underperforming to drop 0.3% on the session. China’s Shanghai index rose as banks and developer rallied after new lending exceeded...
By: dslmpartners On Tuesday, 11 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

European Yields Continue To Create Market Anxiety

Global equity markets decline on lower volumes. In Asia, the MSCI Asia Pacific excluding Japan index declined 1.0%, its lowest level in almost two weeks. Chinese shares also declined, with the Shanghai Composite down 1.6%, amid reports that a new property tax may be implemented in two Chinese cities to curb frothy home prices. Meanwhile, European bours...
By: dslmpartners On Monday, 10 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...