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In This Issue.
* European concerns again
* Another disappointment for manufacturing
* US data reports kick into high gear
* Sweden posts higher growth
* Draghi's comments boost the euro...
* Chuck's thoughts from Vancouver...
* US data surprises on the upside, or does it???
* Aussie set for further appreciation...
* Manufacturing slides
* Annual home prices finally rise
* Greece on the front page again
* Tides turn this morning
* Spanish bailout talk heats up
* Yet another day for the dollar
* Flight to liquidity and risk aversion
* Sweden plays leap frog
* Euro takes a spill
* Economic data rundown
* Spain cuts growth outlook
* Norway defies gravity
* Currencies & metals rally try to hold gains.
* Oil price rises again!
* U.S. data continues to print weak.
* Currencies & metals rally.
* Big Ben disappoints the markets again.
* Oil price rise pushes petrol currencies higher.
* Sorting out The Sing dollar.
* Currencies & metals swing wildly.
* Merkel sends the euro to the woodshed.
* BOC leaves things the way they were.
* Swedish krona is best overnight performer!
* Currencies & metals find a bid.
* Retail Sales disappoint, big time!
* BOC to meet today.
* And Richard Duncan on this TTT!
* Currencies & metals trade in tight ranges
* Retail Sales to disappoint?
* Eurozone inflation remains above 2%...
* It's National Hug Your Kid Day!
* Currencies & metals lick their wounds.
* Aussie Treasurer in talks with China.
* China 2nd QTR GDP prints @ +7.6%...
* Are the markets wrong on Norway?
* Currencies lose ground yesterday.
* A$ rallies overnight.
* But what about kiwi?
* Norway strike averted!
* The so-called Flight to Safety.
* A$ holds its own.
* SNB has to be selling francs.
* Eurozone exports soar!
* Jobs data to drive the market...
* Euro falls after ECB cut...
* Demark goes to negative rates...
* Commodity currencies stabilize after Chinese rate cut...
* News from Chuck...
* ECB to cut rates...
* Australia to discuss currency swaps with China...
* Canadian dollar trades higher...