LONDON, Aug 29- The euro was on track for a second straight month of losses on Friday, with selling likely to accelerate if data show euro zone inflation has slowed further, making it more likely the European Central Bank will loosen policy. The euro was trading at $1.3165, down 0.1 percent on the day, not far from the one-year low of 1.31525 it struck on Wednesday.» Read More
There are plenty of officials who would argue there is no possibility of Greece being excluded from the euro zone in the event of a bankruptcy, writes BNY Mellon's Simon Derrick.
It's not enough that the German court gave mixed signals to the euro. Now the technical patterns aren't looking so good either.
The Swiss National Bank and the German courts have changed the outlook for the euro - but it's still cloudy.
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The Swiss central bank's decision to set a limit on how much the Swiss franc can appreciate against the euro is "a huge mistake," investor Jim Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings, told CNBC.com on Wednesday.
With the Swiss franc tumbling after the central bank's intervention, you need a Plan B for a safe haven. Here's a ranking of your options.
Given the Swiss National Bank's pegging or linking their currency to the EUR at 1.2000 (+10% from spot), the market is now starting to believe there is a possibility that the Bank of Japan will do something similar with the Japanese yen.
On Wednesday, investors will wait with bated breath for news from Germany again, where the Federal Constitutional Court has the power to make or break the fate of the euro zone.
The Swiss National Bank strikes back and European officials talk togetherness - it's time for your FX Fix.
Speaking of the SNB's decision to peg the Swiss Franc to the Euro, Julia Coronado, North America chief economist at BNP Paribas, told CNBC, "There are a lot of tensions in the currency world right now, and as we have seen, it is not always easy to effectively have control over that."
Carly Pickering, Corporate FX Dealer at OzForex talks about the currencies.
Chang Tou Chen, managing director and head of global banking, Southeast Asia at HSBC, expects a range of IPOs to come to the Southeast Asian markets.
Michael Aitken, chief scientist at Capital Markets CRC Limited, says U.S. regulators should differentiate various categories of HFT as some of them are actually positive for markets.
Greater fiscal and political union is needed in Europe, and will be discussed by euro zone leaders within months, Joaquin Almunia, EU Competition Commissioner, told CNBC Saturday.
The Italian government is still wrangling over how best to balance its budget, losing credibility with key leaders and opinion formers.
The Swiss central bank has started to buy French and German government debt from the markets to try to bring the Swiss franc down, Dow Jones newswire wrote on Saturday, quoting a report by German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
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