Options market signals flash and investors seek comfort in the dollar and yen - it's time for your FX Fix.
Safe haven currencies gained favor as investors fretted about the efficacy of central bank stimulus moves. [FT]
Growing concerns about Spain's delay in requesting a bailout dulled risk appetite and sent the
Worries about Spain and about a possible rating action by Moody's took the euro to a two-week low against the dollar and yen. [WSJ]
Options market gauges suggest indicate that investors expect the euro to become more volatile, and further losses could be in store [WSJ]
Weakness in Asian stock markets weighed on the
New Zealand recorded its widest trade deficit since 2009, thanks partly to recent strength in the New Zealand dollar, but the kiwi was little changed. [actionforex.com]
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