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Forex newsGet the best parts of DailyFX. com in the new DailyFX App. Weekly Fundamental Forecast: US-China Trade War Negotations Prove Fruitless and NAFTA Remains Unresolved, Dollar Faces Consecutive Declines Ahead of Q2 GDP. The past week produced little positive news for risk trends, as China and US negotiations bore no fruit, NAFTA talks remain ‘a few days’ from being resolved, and the US is threatened with. Continue Reading. Learn from the DailyFX Experts. Find out where key markets might be headed next. Learn how to get started trading financial markets. Explore strategic concepts to enhance your trading knowledge. DXY Index Threatens Key Break after Powell’s Jackson Hole Speech. The US Dollar is closing in on its weekly lows, moving below the rising trendline dating back to April in the process. Continue Reading. Foundations of Technical Analysis: Seeing the Forest from the Trees. Gold Price Rebound Fueled by Less-Hawkish Chairman Powell.

Gold, Crude Oil Prices May Weaken Further on Hawkish Powell Speech. Charts for Next Week: EURUSD, USDJPY, USDCNH, and Gold Price. What if Fear of Trade Wars, Brexit or Rate Hikes Suddenly Vanished? Dollar Finally Bounces, Stocks Steady After Trump Warns of Crash if He Was Impeached. Weekly Technical Forecast: Euro Overpowers Dollar, Breaks Struggle for Momentum. After the dollar basket failed to mount a technical breakout this week, downward pressure begins to mount for the greenback as some majors mount a comeback Continue Reading. AUDUSD Prices May Consolidate as Downtrend Remains Intact. Charts for Next Week: EURUSD, USDJPY, USDCNH, and Gold Price. Nasdaq 100 Chart Winding Up for a Breakout.

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1D 5D 1M 3M 6M 1Y 2Y. Rupee makes a strong comeback, rises 20 paise to 69.91. Reuters 24 Aug 2018, 20:38. The domestic currency recouped early losses and withstood the headwinds of surging crude prices and trade deficit worries. Traveller's Pocket Guide. USD 50 100 250 500 1000 5000 10000 INR 3506.12 7012.25 17530.62 35061.25 70122.50 350612.50 701225.00. INR 50 100 250 500 1000 5000 10000 USD 0.71 1.43 3.57 7.13 14.26 71.30 142.61. Rupee marks gain; outlook by experts. Rupee snaps 2-days of gains, ends at 62.43. Rupee at 1-week high ahead of US jobs report. Rupee closes at 62.36 against dollar. Currency call: Rupee closes flat. Forward Rates* - USDINR. Data Sources: Mecklai Financial Services - 5 Minute delayed currency spot data, EOD currency forward and futures data, reports, deposit rates. Oanda – Currency Spot EOD data for Forex convertor, continent based currency data and historical performance. All times stamps are reflecting IST (Indian Standard Time).

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The GBPUSD is unable to take advantage of the USD breather. Concerns of a no-deal… EURUSD dead-cat bounce ahead of Powell’s Jackson speech. The EURUSD bounced from the lows but the trend is to the downside. Powell’s Jackson… EURUSD: Not Ready For Prime-Time Yet; Next 3 Days To Set Tone For Next Few Weeks – TD. EURUSD failed to reconquer lost levels and seems somewhat lost. What’s next? Here is their… GBPUSD: Upbeat FOMC Minutes and no-Brexit blues weigh. The GBPUSD is paring gains seen in recent days. Fear of a no-deal Brexit and… USD strength sends the EURUSD lower – three reasons. The EURUSD is leaning lower as the US Dollar gains strength. Trump’s legal troubles fade… EURUSD leans lower targeting 1.1490. The EURUSD settled down after the hawkish FOMC meeting minutes and the new American tariffs on China.…

USD: FOMC Minutes: No Change In Assessment; Fed Ready To Hike In September – SEB. The Federal Reserve seems to be immune to Trump’s attempt to intervene in its policy… Bitcoin: Prepared for the ProShares ETF decision after the BitMex short squeeze. Cryptocurrencies and especially Bitcoin are on a bull run. BitMex, a major crypto-exchange, went quiet… GBPUSD recovery rally has its limits. The GBPUSD is consolidating its gains after the Brexit news. The market mood and the… rex Crunch is a site all about the foreign exchange market, which consists of news, opinions, daily and weekly forex analysis, technical analysis, tutorials, basics of the forex market, forex software posts, insights about the forex industry and whatever is related to Forex. Foreign exchange (Forex) trading carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The risk grows as the leverage is higher. Investment objectives, risk appetite and the trader's level of experience should be carefully weighed before entering the Forex market. There is always a possibility of losing some or all of your initial investment deposit, so you should not invest money which you cannot afford to lose. The high risk that is involved with currency trading must be known to you. Please ask for advice from an independent financial advisor before entering this market. Any comments made on Forex Crunch or on other sites that have received permission to republish the content originating on Forex Crunch reflect the opinions of the individual authors and do not necessarily represent the opinions of any of Forex Crunch's authorized authors. Forex Crunch has not verified the accuracy or basis-in-fact of any claim or statement made by any independent author: Omissions and errors may occur. Any news, analysis, opinion, price quote or any other information contained on Forex Crunch and permitted re-published content should be taken as general market commentary. This is by no means investment advice.

Forex Crunch will not accept liability for any damage, loss, including without limitation to, any profit or loss, which may either arise directly or indirectly from use of such information. The U. S Dollar continues to fall against the Yen, after it was announced that last month’s exports from Japan grew faster than that of the previous month, even though the U. S. economy continues to falter. According to the report, although the U. S. economy is in a slump, exports from Japan grew 8.75% in February compared to 7.6% in January. On Tuesday, March 25, 2008, in Sydney, the U. S dollar fell slightly against major currencies after yesterday’s gains resulting from improved investor’s sentiment about the U. S. economy. In early trading (00:15 GMT), the U. S. dollar traded at 100.72 yen, compared to 100.75 yen, and the Euro traded at $1.5436 compare to $1.5424. On Monday, March 24, 2008 in Asia, the U. S. Dollar gained on the Euro after hitting record lows last week. Due to the Easter Holiday in the United States and Europe, trading activities was very light in Asia as most investors are waiting for the U. S. market to resume trading later today. Since the beginning of the year, there has been speculation that foreign investors, especially those in Asia, have reduced their purchase of U. S. assets. Recent declines in the value of the U. S. Dollar and the interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve have heightened this speculation. As a result of the long Easter holiday, foreign exchanges in Europe and the U. S. were closed for Good Friday, and the U. S. Dollar did not fluctuate much against major currencies as Asian investors did not fully participate in the absence of major players from the U. S. and Europe. Investors continue to be concerned about the extent of the liquidity crisis and whether more financial institutions will fall victim to the credit crunch.

Consequently, investors are beginning to move into safe haven currencies such as the Yen and the Swiss Franc, resulting in the U. S. 3-Month Treasury rates falling to 55 basis points. On Friday, the U. S. 3-Month Treasury rate was as high as 1.20%, but the demise of Bear Stearns triggered the fall to its lowest level in more than 50 years. Excessive volatility, uncertainty and turbulence in the global financial markets continue to negatively impact economic growth. According to some analysts, the U. S. economy is heading towards recession and the Federal Reserve Bank should continue to cut interest rates further to avoid full blown recession. Excessive volatility, uncertainty and turbulence in the global financial markets continue to negatively impact economic growth. According to some analysts, the U. S. economy is heading towards recession and the Federal Reserve Bank should continue to cut interest rates further to avoid full blown recession. On Tuesday, March 18 2008, the U. S. Dollar strengthened against major currencies after the new of better than expected quality results from two large U. S. investment banking firms, Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers and the 75 basis points Federal Fund interest rate cut, from 3.00 to 2.25, by the Federal Reserve Bank. These results helped to ease investors’ concerns about the liquidity crisis, as investors had speculated that Lehman Brothers is a potential victim of the liquidity crunch. Global investors are anxiously waiting for today’s (March 18, 2008 close) results of the quarterly results of U. S. Investment Banks such as Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers and Morgan Stanley in order to gauge the extent of the liquidity crisis in the financial markets and also identify which other financial institutions have succumbed to the crisis. The U. S. Dollar drops to lowest level against the Euro and the Yen as investors believe that more financial institutions will fall victim to the liquidity crisis which led to the acquisition of Bear Stearns by J. P. Morgan. Leaders of the European Union, meeting in Brussels said on Friday, March 14, 2008 that the volatility and erratic swings in the foreign exchange rates will negatively impact economic growth. In a written communique, they said, “in the present circumstance, we are concerned about the excessive exchange rate moves.” According to Jean-Claude Juncker, Prime Minister of Luxemburg, this is the first time that the leaders of the European Union have issued such a communique on foreign exchange fluctuations. French President, Nicholas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, also expressed their concerns about the volatility in the exchange rates. As predicted, it was only a matter of time before the U. S. Dollar fell below the psychologically important 100 yen mark.

On Monday, March 14, 2008, the U. S. Dollar dipped below 99 yen, and fell to a record low against the Euro, following the announcement that Bear Stearns is seeking an emergency cash injection from the Federal Reserve and JP Morgan Chase. This news confirmed investors’ fears that the U. S. economy is, indeed, in a recession and it is likely that more big financial firms, such as Bear Stearns, are in a similar liquidity crisis. On March 14, 2008 the Euro surged again to a record high against the U. S. Dollar as the liquidity crisis in the financial market continues and the U. S. economy falters. During the meeting of the leaders of the European Union on March 14, 2008, much of the discussion centered on how to stabilize the foreign exchange markets. According to Romano Prodi, Italy’s Prime Minister, urgent actions are needed now because high oil prices combined with the level of the Euro, will affect economic growth in the Euro Zone. On Thursday, March 13 2008 at 00:52 (GMT) on the Tokyo Forex market, the Euro traded at 1.5527 dollars, an all time high against the dollar. Earlier that day the U. S. dollar traded at 101.36, the lowest against the Yen in 12 years. Free Forex Trading Courses. Want to get in-depth lessons and instructional videos from Forex trading experts? Register for free at FX Academy, the first online interactive trading academy that offers courses on Technical Analysis, Trading Basics, Risk Management and more prepared exclusively by professional Forex traders. Most Visited Forex Broker Reviews. Risk Disclaimer: DailyForex will not be held liable for any loss or damage resulting from reliance on the information contained within this website including market news, analysis, trading signals and Forex broker reviews. The data contained in this website is not necessarily real-time nor accurate, and analyses are the opinions of the author and do not represent the recommendations of DailyForex or its employees. Currency trading on margin involves high risk, and is not suitable for all investors. As a leveraged product losses are able to exceed initial deposits and capital is at risk.

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DOWNLOAD THE APP NOW. ENG - English HIN - ?????? GUJ - ??????? MAR - ????? BEN - ????? KAN - ????? ORI - ???? TEL - ?????? TAM - ?????. Forex Rates Forex Returns. 1D 5D 1M 3M 6M 1Y 2Y. Rupee makes a strong comeback, rises 20 paise to 69.91. Reuters 24 Aug 2018, 20:38. The domestic currency recouped early losses and withstood the headwinds of surging crude prices and trade deficit worries. Traveller's Pocket Guide. USD 50 100 250 500 1000 5000 10000 INR 3506.12 7012.25 17530.62 35061.25 70122.50 350612.50 701225.00. INR 50 100 250 500 1000 5000 10000 USD 0.71 1.43 3.57 7.13 14.26 71.30 142.61. Rupee marks gain; outlook by experts. Rupee snaps 2-days of gains, ends at 62.43. Rupee at 1-week high ahead of US jobs report. Rupee closes at 62.36 against dollar. Currency call: Rupee closes flat. Forward Rates* - USDINR. Data Sources: Mecklai Financial Services - 5 Minute delayed currency spot data, EOD currency forward and futures data, reports, deposit rates. Oanda – Currency Spot EOD data for Forex convertor, continent based currency data and historical performance. All times stamps are reflecting IST (Indian Standard Time). By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Copyright © 2018 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service.

Live Forex news from all over the world. Subscribe to get daily updates directly to your email inbox. Chinese Yuan Seeks to Make Big Gains on Stability Efforts. The Chinese yuan is looking to make gains at the end of the trading week as the central bank announced that it would be reintroducing a currency fixing method amid the yuan’s dramatic descent. The announcement comes after President Donald Trump accused China of being a currency manipulator. On Friday, Reuters reported that the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) will reintroduce a measure to ensure the currency market is stable during the yuan’s volatile trading … US Search Mobile Web. Welcome to the Yahoo Search forum! We’d love to hear your ideas on how to improve Yahoo Search . The Yahoo product feedback forum now requires a valid Yahoo ID and password to participate. You are now required to sign-in using your Yahoo email account in order to provide us with feedback and to submit votes and comments to existing ideas. If you do not have a Yahoo ID or the password to your Yahoo ID, please sign-up for a new account. If you have a valid Yahoo ID and password, follow these steps if you would like to remove your posts, comments, votes, andor profile from the Yahoo product feedback forum.



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