Barclays: BoC might ease rates today, 50bps of more cuts to come later – eFXnews
Mar 04 12:24 (GMT) - FXStreet (Barcelona) - The eFXnews Team shares Barclays’ view regarding today’s BoC’s rate decision. Key Quotes “In Canada, we see risk that the BoC eases, or ...
US MBA mortgage market index 420.7 vs 420.3 prior
Mar 04 12:07 (GMT) - Purchase index 169.8 vs 170.2 priorRefi index 1870.3 vs 1861.8 prior30 year mortgage rate 3.96% vs 3.99% priorLittle change in the numbers this week. The mortga ... (View Article for More) ...
Euro back near 11-year low
Mar 04 12:06 (GMT) - Shared currency weakens ahead of ECB meeting and US jobs data ...
ForexLive European morning wrap: Euro on the back foot again as ECB looms
Mar 04 12:00 (GMT) - Forex news from the European morning session 4 March 2015 News:The Greek bailout ...
France’s AMF blacklists 189 binary options brokers
Mar 04 12:00 (GMT) - France’s Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), the national securities market watchdog, earlier today updated its “Black List” of binary options brokers that offer their services in the country without having ... ...
GBP/USD: Attempt To Gain Strength And Consolidate Above 1.5400
Mar 04 12:00 (GMT) - GBP/USD Monthly Chart The GBP/USD tried to regain strength and consolidate above 1.5400 during yesterday's trading session. The cable reached a level of 1.5403 before noon but failed to hold its positions. Market participants ignored positive data published by the research ...
FX Noon: Europe may be going its own way on growth
Mar 04 12:00 (GMT) - As India hops on the rate-cutting bandwagon, Ken Veksler goes in search of the much-vaunted "global growth" and comes up with zilch. Ken just isn't buying the myth that the world economy is improving. But he does concede that things ...
CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Mexico preparing for low oil prices; crude output fall- finance minister
Mar 04 11:59 (GMT) - (Corrects day of week) By Chris Vellacott and Sujata Rao LONDON, March 4 (Reuters) - Falling oil production remains the most important risk to Mexico's economy this year and may force the government to tighten spending further into 2016, Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said ...