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30 May 2011: Euro fell as Greece decides to press ahead with new austerity measures
EUR/USD: Euro fell as Greece decides to press ahead with new austerity measures
Euro fell for the first time in three days against the dollar amid concern European governments will struggle to resolve the sovereign debt crisis, dampening demand for the region’s assets. The euro weakened versus 14 of its 16 major counterparts after Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said he’ll press ahead with new austerity measures even as he failed to win backing from opposition parties. ...
 
27 May 2011: US Pending home sales expected to fall
GBP/USD: US Pending home sales expected to fall
Sterling strengthens against US Dollar after the Annualized Gross Domestic Product fell more than analysts expected. The Q1 GDP fell from 3.1% down to 1.8% which was a much larger drop than analysts had expected. ...
 
26 May 2011: China will possibly step in to buy European bonds in June
EUR/USD: China will possibly step in to buy European bonds in June
The euro rose against the dollar and the yen on speculation China will increase its purchases of European bonds, easing concern that the region’s sovereign-debt crisis will spread. The Financial Times reported that European Financial Stability Facility Chief Executive Officer Klaus Regling had said Asian investors, including China, may buy Portuguese bailout bonds when the EFSF sells them in June. ...
 
23 May 2011: Euro under pressure
EUR/USD: Euro under pressure
Euro was sold on Friday after Greece’s credit rating was downgraded to B+ from BB+. It also put the rate watch on negative. ...
 
19 May 2011: EUR/USD: Investors still ignore the instability through the debt stricken European states
EUR/USD: Investors still ignore the instability through the debt stricken European states
The Euro strengthened against the US Dollar yesterday afternoon which erased the losses from the morning session. A lack of European economic data meant that the strength of the Euro was dictated by announcements from the rest of the world, as well as the situation surrounding European debt. ...