Posts Categorized: Berita Forex

Yen Set for 7-Year Low on Speculation Abe to Delay Tax Increase

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Forex Mini Account – The yen traded 0.3 percent from a seven-year low versus the dollar on speculation Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering dissolving parliament before postponing a planned sales-tax increase. The yen fell the most among 10 major currencies in the past month after policy makers surprised investors with further currency-depreciating stimulus… Read more »

Dollar Holds Gains on U.S. Economy

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Forex Mini Account – The dollar held gains against major peers amid signs of U.S. economic strength, as currency volatility declined from a more than one-year high. The greenback rebounded yesterday after a Federal Reserve index of labor-market conditions held steady, following a report last week that showed slower-than-forecast wage growth. The yen traded 0.7… Read more »

Aussie Gains After China Data; Dollar Extends Post-Jobs Retreat

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Forex Mini Account – The Australian dollar gained after data showed exports rose more than expected in China, the South Pacific nation’s biggest trading partner. The greenback extended a slide after October jobs growth was weaker than forecast. The U.S. currency slid toward a second daily decline against the yen, after reaching a seven-year high… Read more »

Dollar Set for Biggest Weekly Gain Before Jobs Data

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Forex Mini Account – A gauge of the dollar was poised for its biggest weekly gain in more than 16 months before a U.S. government report today forecast to show October payrolls expanded by more than this year’s average. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index climbed to a 5 1/2-year high. The U.S. currency remained above… Read more »

Dollar 0.2% From 7-Year High Versus Yen on Fed Rate Bets

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Forex Mini Account – The dollar traded 0.2 percent from a seven-year high against the yen as signs of strength in the U.S. economy backed speculation that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next year. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index closed at its highest since April 2009 yesterday after industry data showed employers added… Read more »