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Devaluation of Indian Currency

 Devaluation on modern monetary policy is a reduction in the value of a currency with respect to those goods, services or other monetary units for which that currency can be exchanged. 340 more words


Currency Update 29-01-2015

29 Jan, 2015 – Currency Update 29-01-2015


The Euro remained lower ahead of German unemployment and CPI figures. Economists expect the unemployment to remain steady at 6.5% while the year-on-year inflation rate is forecast to slip into negative territory for the first time since September 2009. 534 more words

Warren Buffett and Bill Gates want auto dealership

The legendary name of George Soros seized the attention of the National Automobile Dealers Association convention in San Francisco last week. The billionaire’s assistants were in 16 more words


29/01/2015 - Flat Markets - Market Wrap Up

EUR/USD steady at 1.1312, GBP/USD drifting lower to current of 1.5138 and AUD/USD currently at 0.7796

Market Wrap Up

Strong versus weak dollar (also, Apple)

A fistful of dollars/for a few barrels more
Everyone wants a strong dollar, right? In the U.S., politicians will pay lip service to the notion of a strong dollar – i.e., in their minds, a dollar that trades more evenly against the other major world currencies (sterling, euro, yen) – because A) it sounds good; B) it feels good for American travelers who travel to Europe and Japan and realize that their greenbacks go pretty far. 737 more words

If Apple were a country

Apple just reported the biggest quarter of net income earned by any public company ever, at least 63 more words


28/01/2014 - Mixed Markets - Market Wrap Up

EUR/USD drifting mildly higher to current of 1.1365, GBP/USD slightly higher at 1.5209 and AUD/USD steady at 0.7967.

Market Wrap Up