BOJ (Bank of Japan) injects $245 bln into markets

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Japan's central bank injected 20 trillion yen ($245 billion) into the money markets Tuesday in an effort to help calm financial markets, according to reports. The move was designed to ensure that banks have enough liquidity to meet a surge in demand from companies and households seeking to raise funds. The same-day funds injection came as Japan's unfolding nuclear crisis deepened on Tues

Forex News : In Defense of Fundamental Analysis

Posted by Forexsq 1722 days ago (

 I was inspired to write this post by a recent article published by Counting Pips, entitled “The Problem with Forex Fundamental Analysis.” While the author, Warren Seah, delivers a stinging critique of fundamental analysis, I think most of his points are pretty hollow. For the sake of debate, I’d like to present my rebuttal. Seah’s thesis can essentially be boiled

Forex News : FED provide $70 million to ECB

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The Federal Reserve provided $70 million of liquidity to the European Central Bank in the latest week via its swap lines for foreign central banks, the New York Fed said on Thursday.

The ECB was the sole institution to tap the swap lines in the week ended Feb. 23, swapping the full amount.

The terms for the ECB swap were seven days at 1.16 p

Forex Important News of the Week , Feb 7-11

Posted by Forexsq 1753 days ago (

  1. Ben Bernanke Testifies: Wednesday, 15:00. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies on economy before the House Budget Committee on economic, employment and budgetary issues, in Washington DC where he will talk about the second round of quantitative easing

  2. Australian Employment Data: Thursday, 0:30. Fewer workers were added to the

Nonfarm Payrolls Preview - Feb.4 - ForexSQ

Posted by Forexsq 1755 days ago (

US Nonfarm Payrolls to climb higher

While we are seeing improvements in most sectors of the US economy, the labour market has reacted with extreme sluggishness to the pick-up in activity. The unemployment rate still hovers around 9.5 percent and the monthly gains in employment are still only just about enough to keep unemployment steady. We do look for an improveme

Forex : ADP Non-Farm Employment Change today- Feb.2

Posted by Forexsq 1757 days ago (

Today US ADP Non-Farm Employment Change is the major event on calendar . Here is an outlook on the market movers awaiting us.

In the US, ADP Non-Farm Employment Change measuring the estimated change in the number of employed people during the previous month, excluding the farming industry and government grew more than expected with 297,000 additio

British government bonds may extend their rally

Posted by Forexsq 1875 days ago (
img British government bonds may extend their rally, with markets yet to absolutely amount in the achievability of an added annular of quantitative abatement by the Bank of England, according to strategists.

As expected, the central bank’s Monetary Policy Committee captivated its blaze at its account affair on Thursday. But growing apropos about an bread-and-butter downturn, which could accompany

The European Central Bank Keeps Rate at 1%

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img The European Central Bank held interest rates at a record low today as renewed financial-market tensions complicate its exit from crisis mode.

The ECB’s Governing Council affair in Frankfurt set the criterion lending amount at 1 percent for an 18th month, as predicted by all 52 economists in a Bloomberg News survey. President Jean-Claude Trichet will authority a columnist appointment at 2:30 p

Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke Counters Fed Unity Doubt as Regional Chiefs Echo

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img Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke is leaving little doubt that he has enough support for more unconventional easing as soon as November.

In one week, New York Fed President William Dudley, the Boston Fed’s Eric Rosengren and Chicago’s Charles Evans advocated added Fed action. Bernanke himself said Oct. 4 that restarting all-embracing asset purchases would apparently activation growth, a

The Bank of Japan may have acted first in a round of central bank action

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img The Bank of Japan may have acted first in a round of central bank action to prop up the global economy as recoveries in industrial nations falter.

The abrupt accommodation by the Japanese axial coffer bygone to bead its absorption amount to ‚Äúvirtually zero‚ÄĚ and aggrandize its antithesis area follows the U.S. Federal Reserve‚Äôs move against added anarchistic easing. Coffer of England admiral wil

Federal Reserve and ECB throwing world into chaos

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img Ultra-loose budgetary behavior by the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank are throwing the apple into "chaos" rather than allowance the all-around bread-and-butter recovery, Nobel Prize acceptable economist Joseph Stiglitz said on Tuesday.

More Japanese forex intervention is unlikely

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img More Japanese bill action is unlikely, at atomic until Japan's accounts minister, Yoshihiko Noda, explains the nation's Sept. 15 action at this weekend's G7 and International Monetary Fund meetings. Noda has adumbrated he may bear such an explanation.

Although the Federal Reserve, U.S. Treasury and European Central Bank did not animadversion on the intervention, several added admiral did, incl

BOJ pledged to keep its benchmark interest rate at ‚Äúvirtually zero‚ÄĚ

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img The Bank of Japan pledged to keep its benchmark interest rate at ‚Äúvirtually zero‚ÄĚ until deflation has ended after unexpectedly reducing borrowing costs for the first time since 2008 and expanding its balance sheet.

The coffer cut the brief alarm amount ambition to a ambit of 0 percent to 0.1 percent, the everyman akin back 2006, from 0.1 percent, it said in a account in Tokyo. Policy makers wi

Fed to buy $600 billion in government bonds The Fed

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The Federal Reserve pledged on Wednesday to start a controversial new billion bond-buying spree to rescue the economy from its current doldrums.

The Fed said it would buy up to $600 billion in long-term Treasurys until the end of June 2011, about $75 billion this month, in a strategy called quantitative easing

This is the second time the Fed has engaged in quantitative easi

Bernanke Bond purchasesing May Risk Rise

Posted by Forexsq 1848 days ago (

The Federal Reserve may be underestimating the aggrandizement angle for the additional time in beneath than a decade as it prepares to pump added money into the U.S. economy.

The Fed today will apparently restart purchases of bonds to activation the abridgement alike as advance is acceptable to advance at a 2.6 percent anniversary clip in the additional division of abutting year fro


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