U.S. Economy: First Down, First Up?

What goes down, must come up--and so should the U.S. economy and currency.

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Dollar bears on the retreat

Year end markets often see a bout of profit taking following a one way market and this year should see the same. However, the uncertainty in the UAE could see the Yen strengthen one more time before following the European currencies...

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Year end looms

With the one way downward trend in the Dollar over the majority of the year the risk is for the market to cash in on its profits.

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The Yen’s weakness may prove short lived against the European currencies

The market has only had eyes for the federal deficit and may have ignored the continued flat to weak data coming from Europe and this risks a rebound in the dollar - but cause the Yen to strengthen against the European currencies.

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The yen should soon display signs of weakness

The fiscal half year end promptly stopped yen strength in its tracks.

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The yen strengthens on the DJP whitewash

...but for how long will this last before things revert back to the way they were?

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Well, everything’s back to normal now.

...but is everything as it seems in the forex markets?

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Better employment numbers buoy the dollar

A return into recent trading ranges could well subdue enthusiasm

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