Forex Fundamental Analysis

The following are the most recent pieces of Forex fundamental analysis from around the world. The Forex fundamental analysis below covers the various currencies on the market and the most recent events, announcements, and global developments that affect the Forex market.

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Fitch Triggers Brief Sterling Slide | 6/9/2010 12:41:00 AM

The unfettered power of the ratings agencies is likely to come in for further scrutiny after a report issued by ratings agency Fitch caused Sterling to fall by a full percentage point.

Bernanke Confident That USA Will Avoid A Double-dip Recession | 6/8/2010 12:57:00 AM

The chairman’s comments were enough to breathe a touch of optimism into Asian markets which allowed them to close slightly higher.

FOREX June 7th: The Last Week’s Trading Activities In Perspective | 6/7/2010 12:15:00 AM

Last week was yet another turbulent one for the major stock markets on the back of continuing uncertainty on sovereign debt, largely within Europe and the repercussions of the Gulf of Mexico oil pollution disaster which sent BP shares down steeply.

G20 Finance Ministers To Lend Their Support To EU Euro Rescue Scheme | 6/4/2010 3:01:00 AM

The finance ministers of the Group of 20 leading industrial nations (G20) will be meeting in Busan, South Korea at the weekend (tending to suggest that nobody really believes a conflagration of the relationship between the two Koreas is imminent; despite the sinking of a South Korean warship recently).

Eurozone Unemployment Rises To New High | 6/3/2010 2:45:00 AM

Employment always lags behind the recovery after an economic recession since companies need to have plenty of evidence of demand before they engage new staff.

Eurozone Unemployment Rises To New High | 6/2/2010 1:17:00 AM

The level of unemployment across the EU is quite heterogeneous with the worst level being seen in Latvia (22.5%) which is not a Eurozone country and the best being Eurozone member, the Netherlands at 4.4%

Spanish Credit Rating Downgraded | 6/1/2010 1:39:00 AM

The European debt crisis seems to have become a fixture of the landscape. It could also be that it has finally been factored into the markets; to a large extent, it had been the “obvious elephant” for quite some time before the Greek situation focussed minds on it.

FOREX: May’s Trading Activities In Perspective | 5/31/2010 1:04:00 AM

Friday marked the last full week’s trading session in May. The week was mixed for the major stock markets with the best performance coming from Europe.

Stock Values Stutter Then Recover | 5/28/2010 2:04:00 AM

In what is clearly a twitchy and nervous global market, stocks have been regaining some of the ground that they lost on the back of the sovereign debt crisis with its focus on the Euro.

Bernanke Cautions Against Political Interference In Central Banks | 5/27/2010 2:09:00 AM

With unilateral moves taken by Germany to ban naked short-selling and more in the pipeline

Japanese Interest Rate Held At 0.1% | 5/26/2010 1:00:00 AM

To nobody’s particular surprise, the Bank of Japan decided to hold its interest rate at 0.1% where it has stood since January 2009.

IMF Fans The Flames Of The Eurozone Crisis | 5/25/2010 12:41:00 AM

The IMF operates under the auspices of the United Nations and as such their employees are international civil servants, working for the good of all their 186 Member States.

FOREX May 24th: The Last Week’s Trading Activities In Perspective | 5/24/2010 1:25:00 AM

Last week was another turbulent one for the major stock markets on the back of continuing uncertainty on sovereign debt and politicians tinkering with the markets and their rules.

“No Longer Can You Recklessly Gamble Away Other People's Money” | 5/21/2010 1:50:00 AM

The US Senate has just passed a bill said to be the most significant reform of US financial regulations since the aftermath of the Great Depression in the 1930s.

World’s Second Largest Economy Is Urged To Cut Its Debt | 5/19/2010 11:51:00 PM

All eyes have been on the debt crisis in Greece and the possibility for Spain and Portugal to become bogged down in their own debt mires.