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Olli Rehn: The euro beyond 20 – monetary policy in the real economy

euro beyond 20

Keynote speech by Mr Olli Rehn, Governor of the Bank of Finland, at the Conference on financial market policy, at the Economic Council (CDU Wirtschaftsrat Deutschland), Berlin, 29 January 2019. Olli Rehn, Governor of the Bank of Finland As the euro turned twenty at the beginning of this year, it is logical to have a look ...

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Forex trader view: A perfect day!

Nice move from my favorite pair EUR/USD, after hit the daily high at 1.3682 the sellers stepped in and drove the euro back down to 1.3629, which was just perfect for my short euro position that I had opened at 1.3672, I was expecting for the euro to go lower ...

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Euro at 8 month high vs US dollar

Euro has risen above $1.38 for the first time since November 2011, with the dollar continuing to be dragged down by expectations that the Fed will delay tapering its QE program until next year

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German Elections 2013

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right Christian Democratic Union was within striking distance of an absolute majority in Parliament after elections. FDP is Merkel’s current junior coalition partner and will probably stay out of parliament. The small party receives only 4.5% in exit polls, and the margin of error is small. ...

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EUR/USD Technical Analysis

Daily targets-signals Short Euro at 1.3089 stop loss at 1.3124 Long euro at 1.3036, stop loss at 1.3002

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Greece: New unemployment record at 26.9% in April

Greece: New unemployment record at 26.9% in April Unemployed increase by almost 195,000 more in one year from April 2012 – Employed declined by approximately 160,000 The unemployment rate in Greece rose to even higher levels, highlighting in the most vivid way that this problem, at least for now, is ...

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Nationalised Bankia has now lost 99% of its stock exchange value since it was listed 22 months ago

Spain’s banking crisis wiped out billions of euros of family savings on Tuesday as small investors who bought shares in the nationalised Bankia were finally able to trade them – but at only a fifth of their original price. The wipeout on Madrid’s stock exchange means that Bankia, which was ...

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