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Euro an British Pound moved by more than half a percent

3/17/2015 7:31:03 AM

Euro an British Pound moved by more than half a percent   Today’s forex scene is pretty calm, as only Euro an British Pound moved by more than half a percent. Canadian Dollar (CAD) stays still versus U.S. Dollar (USD) today, as it only gained 0.07%. Australian Dollar (AUD) stays unchanged at 0.00%. Japanese Yen (JPY) is also even, as it lost 0.02%. As I’ve mentioned, the biggest changes happened in Europe, as British Pound (GBP) went up by 0.57% and European Euro gained 0.67%. 

Gold is even today at +0.05%,

3/17/2015 7:29:58 AM

Gold is even today at +0.05%,   A terrible day for oil (light crude), as it dropped by another 2.14%, resulting in a 6-year low at $43/barrel. Natural gas parted ways with oil, as it climbed up by 1.10%. Gold is even today at +0.05%, mirrored perfectly by silver. Platinum and copper both fell by 0.13%.

JPY is down vs USD by 0.5%

3/10/2015 8:24:53 AM

JPY is down vs USD by 0.5%   United States’ Dollar (USD) posted Profits against most of major currencies around the world. Starting on the east, Japanese Yen (JPY) is down by 0.5% and Australian Dollar (AUD) recorded a growth of 0.83%. European Euro (EUR) soared up by 1.72% today and British Pound (GBP) jumped up by 1.35%, making it a great day for European currencies and their owners. And finally, on the West, Canadian Dollar (CAD) went up by 1.09%. 

EUR soared by 1.72%

3/9/2015 8:25:53 AM

 EUR soared by 1.72%   All major currencies are much higher compared to U.S. Dollar (USD) prior to Monday. The winner amongst those currencies was European Euro (EUR), which soared by 1.72%. Another European currency, the British Pound (GBP) added 1.35% to its value. Canadian Dollar (CAD) gained over one percent as well, as it went up by 1.09%. Way out east, Australian Dollar (AUD) and Japanese Yen (JPY) both climbed up and did so by gaining 0.83% and 0.57%, respectively.  

Oil (Light crude) posted a 2.00% growth

3/5/2015 8:06:34 AM

Oil (Light crude) posted a 2.00% growth Oil (Light crude) posted a 2.00% growth, making it past $51.50/barrel. Natural gas was in the green as well, gaining 0.47%. All major metals went up today, as gold got up by 0.20%, silver gained 0.51%, platinum is 0.30% higher and copper climbed up by 0.11%.   Asian Stock Markets Markets in Asia are mixed. Japan is higher while China and Hong Kong are in the red. Nikkei 225 climbed up by 0.24%, Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.79% and Hang Seng ...

Gold went up by 0.72% and is at $1210/troy ounce

3/4/2015 8:41:51 AM

Gold went up by 0.72% and is at $1210/troy ounce   Gold went up by 0.72% and is at $1210/troy ounce. Platinum added 0.23% to its value, shadowed by copper, which went up by 0.17%. Sugar soared again, as it gained 5.55%.   United States’ Dollar (USD) owned today’s forex scene, as most of the major currencies lost their value compared to USD. Moving from west to east, Canadian Dollar (CAD) is down by 0.38%. More eastwards, in Europe, both major currencies are lower. ...

GBP dropped 0.18%.

3/3/2015 8:08:51 AM

GBP dropped 0.18%.   Once again, the major currencies stayed pretty even compared to U.S Dollar (USD) today. Going from east to west, Japanese Yen (JPY) went up by 0.10% while Australian Dollar (AUD) lost 0.14%. Moving west, European Euro (EUR) stays even at +0.02%, but British Pound (GBP) dropped 0.18%. In Canada, Canadian Dollar (CAD) is even at minus 0.06%.  

JPY didn’t get so lucky and went down by 0.29%

2/11/2015 8:30:24 AM

 JPY didn’t get so lucky and went down by 0.29%.   Major currencies all over the world changed very slightly during today’s trading session. Canadian Dollar (CAD) posted the biggest difference, as it lost 0.46%. Australian Dollar (AUD) went down by a 0.08%. Only one hundredth less, 0.07%, was how deep European Euro (EUR) fell today. British Pound (GBP) made it out with a profit today, as it went up by 0.21%. Japanese Yen (JPY) didn’t get so lucky and went down by ...

1/26/2015 8:50:57 AM

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