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Stocks Drop as US GDP is Revised Down| November 23, 2011.

Asian Markets are set to open lower after U.S. stocks fell, driving the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its longest slump in almost four months, as slower-than-estimated economic growth overshadowed signs the Federal Reserve may provide more stimulus.

Nov 23, 2011 | VantageFx

Australian Dollar Outlook 09/14/2011

The Australian Dollar has opened slightly weaker this morning as the FX markets continue to be driven by headlines out of Europe and the US.

Sep 14, 2011 | Bellfx

US Equity Weak Ahead Of Non-Farm Payrolls. September 2, 2011.

Overnight Markets Wrap

By Rupert Kain | Sep 02, 2011 | IBTimes

Central Banks are Buying Gold

Central banks that were net sellers of Gold 20 yrs ago are now buying the precious metal to reduce their reliance on the USD as a reserve currency, signaling demand that may extend a record rally in prices.

By Paul A. Ebeling, Jnr. | Apr 29, 2011 | LiveTradingNews

PRECIOUS - Gold hits 3-mo low, silver 14 pct down in Jan; charts suggest more losses

Precious metals fell on Tuesday as a slew of data suggested better global economic environment, reducing investors' need to lock in their money in safer but less profitable avenues like metals while technical analysts see further room southward for the commodities.

By Boby Michael | Jan 26, 2011 | IBTimes

PRECIOUS TECHNICAL - Gold, silver up on physical demand; aim upper Bollinger levels

Gold sees $1,391.5 and silver $29.33 as near term levels of resistance. Gold has its second stop near $1,407.80 while silver has it at $29.97 level.

By Boby Michael | Dec 16, 2010 | IBTimes

EUR/USD off falling channel to 3-wk high ahead of Fed; aims 1.363 (R1), 1.3697 (R2)

The EUR/USD distanced itself from a falling channel ahead of the Fed policy and rose to a three-week high on Tuesday. The single currency, however, pared some of its gains after data at 10:00 am GMT showed the region's industrial output rose at a lower-than-expected pace in October.

By Boby Michael | Dec 14, 2010 | IBTimes

Sri Lanka's central bank holds reverse repo rate steady

The Sri Lankan central bank announced today its decision about the interest rate during month of December, where the bank left the repurchase rate at 7.25% for the fourth time in a row, while the actual reading came inline with both the previous reading and the market's expectations. The Bank also k.

Dec 14, 2010 |

Technicals see USD/BRL up at 1.6926 on dollar's strength; cbank, data awaited

Brazilian central bank's commitment to keep currency volatility on check also suggests the market's likelihood to be bullish for the pair at the slightest of real-negative.

By Boby Michael | Dec 08, 2010 | IBTimes

USD/CAD breaks above range; target seen at 1.0109 (R1) before 1.0120 (R2)

Next target up for USD/CAD may be 1.0109 (R1) as suggested by the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracement from 1.0285 to 1.0001, before a relatively stronger resistance near 1.0120 (R2).

By Boby Michael | Dec 08, 2010 | IBTimes

AUD/USD breaks above key 0.9952, targets 1.0006 amid hawkish market talks

Fundamentals for the commodity currency now back AUD/USD targeting 1.0006, as the 61.8 percent fibonacci from 1.0181 to 0.9723 projects.

By Boby Michael | Dec 08, 2010 | IBTimes

PRECIOUS ROUNDUP - Gold at highest weekly close; silver at new 30-year high as dollar falls on weak NFP

A weaker-than-expected US jobs data on Friday forced investors to sell dollars and seek shelter in precious metals, helping silver and palladium post two-digit weekly rise and reach fresh multi-year highs in the week to December 3. An IB times study on gold and dollar index suggests investor interest to sell dollar for buying gold probably increased in the week.

By Boby Michael | Dec 06, 2010 | IBTimes

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