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Crude Oil Futures - Mar 15 (CLH5)

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The National Bank of Canada
FX Daily Update
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Kathy Lien
USD: Still The Best Bet
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By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management Buying Dollars is Still the Best Bet in Global Currency War The Only Reason EURO Recovered AUD Hit Hard by Rate Cut ...

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The End Of Currency Safe Havens
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Swiss – Negative rates In the past [even the recent past] investors have often ‘parked’ their funds in a ‘safe haven’ currency, when fears about the dollar or other ...

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More Of The Same From The FOMC
By Forex Time  - Jan 29, 2015

To sum up, there were no surprises from the FOMC statement yesterday evening. Throughout previous statements, “more of the same” has been the underlying tone and yesterday evening’s ...

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USD/RUB: Climbs To 69
By Forex Time  - Jan 29, 2015

The Ruble is coming under punishment today as European Union Foreign Ministers meet in Brussels later this afternoon to discuss further economic sanctions on Russia following the recent escalation of ...

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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jan 30, 2015 06:17AM GMT
you don't have to read it. just skip it, instead of coming up with a fresh comment.

Govindan Gurunathan
Govindan Gurunathan Jan 30, 2015 06:09AM GMT
GG Some people are in the habit of posting unwanted dust in the crude form. IT is merely confusing.YOU may avoid this pl.(METTUR DAM)

mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jan 30, 2015 06:03AM GMT
James Kovalsky i don't mind when people like you try to show they are smart by writing such comments brent $70 WTI $50, unfortunately you chose to correct me. Now you forced my hand to respond.. The leman brothers bankruptcy was the spark which caused the financial markets to collapse, as far as the. bad mortgages ( you chose to use the term collateralized debt obligation ) the first wave were in Feb 2007. with the subprime mortgages. The markets tanked for few days, didn't think much of the problem, it recovers and set new highs in sep of 2007. Now it's jan 2008 bad mortgages is spreading every were, feds started bailing out Bear sterns, AIG, fanny and freddy, refuse to bail out leman brothers, so they were forced to file. Thats when markets collapsed including crude.. You can only look smart using such big words like Fraudulent, and COD but now you need to learn, how to pick your battles in order to look smart.
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