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Money Exchange Weekly report- 13th to 20th jan 2012: a temporary euro rebound?

Posted By: , 21 Jan, 2012

* Global markets report: Call us on +44 (0)20 7373 2686 or email us to info@currencychange.com – Click here to get a free quote * Open an account for free with us here: The IMF announced ways to raise more funds from its member countries in response to the euro crisis. The fund is seeking an extra 500 billion dollars on a voluntary basis to help meet the anticipated demand for bail-out...

Currency Exchange Weekly report- 6th to 13th jan 2012: more pressure on the euro

Posted By: , 17 Jan, 2012

* Global markets report: Call us on +44 (0)20 7373 2686 or email us to info@currencychange.com – Click here to get a free quote * Open an account for free with us here: Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy said that the strategy of forcing austerity on euro-zone countries needed to be complemented by measures to boost growth. But they provided little detail. Mr Sarkozy called again for an EU...

Currency Exchange Weekly report- 30th dec 2011 to 6th jan 2012: a strong U.S and a weak Europe for 2012?

Posted By: , 7 Jan, 2012

* Global markets report: Call us on +44 (0)20 7373 2686 or email us to info@currencychange.com – Click here to get a free quote * Open an account for free with us here: The euro weakened again this week due to a recession forecast for 2012 for Europe by economists, and a lower inflation published which will give ability to the ECB to probably cut interest rates further. Furthermore,...

Foreign Exchange Weekly report- 23rd to 30th december 2011:

Posted By: , 31 Dec, 2011

* Global markets report: Call us on +44 (0)20 7373 2686 or email us to info@currencychange.com – Click here to get a free quote Have a nice...

Foreign Exchange Weekly report- 16th to 23rd december 2011: the ECB provided 489 billion euros cheap 3 year loans

Posted By: , 29 Dec, 2011

* Global markets report: Call us on +44 (0)20 7373 2686 or email us to info@currencychange.com – Click here to get a free quote The European Central Bank provided 489 billion euros in cheap three-year loans to more than 500 euro-zone banks: demand for the loans was stronger than expected. In Spain, Mariano Rajoy took office as prime minister: he asked immediatly to Luis de Guindos to clean...