Until now, austerity has boosted the euro, but we may have crossed an inflection point.
What are your viable investment alternatives as fiat currencies race to the bottom?
I'm looking for a reversal here, but first I'll need to see these technical developments.
Some lightening of positions may be prudent if we cross above 1.0500.
By stepping into the Cyprus breach, Russia could create more problems than solutions.
European finance ministers are insane in the membrane.
Mexico's improved outlook should translate into gains for this ETF.
There's been nothing sexy about the Australian dollar. Until now.
The currency has failed to break above trendline resistance despite multiple opportunities.
Thursday's rally was just a short-covering blip in the ongoing downtrend.
Hewlett-Packard is surging after the bell. The stock is up well over 10% following a solid Q1 earnings report. If...
Actually, there was a massive reversal on Feb 25 of this year but a bit different where we closed on the lows of the day...
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