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EUR/USD - Euro US Dollar

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1.2618 -0.0011    (-0.09%)
20:19:59 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Euro
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.2630
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2618 / 1.2619
  • Day's Range: 1.2584 - 1.2639
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Habesah Jusoh
Habesah Jusoh Oct 01, 2014 06:55PM GMT
Hi Guys, I will continue again tomorrow. Thanks.ciao
Blue Whisper
Blue Whisper Oct 01, 2014 06:56PM GMT
Night. I am also gonna call it a day... continue tomorrow
Sam Mcloud
Sam Mcloud Oct 01, 2014 08:09PM GMT
Thanks all, have a good night. :)
Alo-Martin Matheisen
Alo-Martin Matheisen Oct 01, 2014 08:12PM GMT

Habesah Jusoh
Habesah Jusoh Oct 01, 2014 06:48PM GMT
300b limit on the r-repo facility will make it difficult to tighten at all on the short end. One or the other will have to change.

Habesah Jusoh
Habesah Jusoh Oct 01, 2014 06:46PM GMT
A decade ago, when the Fed was tightening in the wake of the collapse of the dotcom bubble and 9-11, long yields tumbled while the Fed pushed short-term yields up from 1% to 6.25%. . . With yields as low as they are today, they are unlikely to fall a great deal, but they probably won't rise as much as they typically would, given the deflationary global backdrop.
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