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ECB QE Dominated Headlines – But Oil’s Drop was Bigger than Euro’s

As the European Central Bank’s Quantitative Easing Program started last week, the euro fell roughly 3% against the U.S. Dollar, Yen and Yuan, which were all roughly flat against each other. The euro, which had fallen from $1.21 at year-end to $1.12 … Continue reading

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The FOMC Holds Steady as Markets Hit a “Tipping Point”

  Observations on the Capital Markets – Week Ended August 1, 2014 The FOMC met last week, expressed satisfaction and maintained course. While their policy decisions (continue the taper—now $25b—and keep the Fed Funds rate where it is) were no surprise, the … Continue reading

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