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IMEX’s Choice of Articles about Foreign Exchange week of Feb. 14 2011

February 14, 2011


Here are IMEX’s Monday Morning Suggestions.  Start your week off by being informed.  Thanks for using IMEX as your trusted source for International Foreign Exchange Information and Services. Joel Borshof President, IMEX 1) Will Japan’s economy recover enough to once again become the second largest economy behind the US after China overtook Japan in 2010? See article;Japan’s GDP […]

IMEX’s 4 Monday Morning Articles to read about Foreign Exchange

January 3, 2011


1. Here we are in the New Year, back to the old year news.  The euro weakened vs the US dollar on the forex market due to once again rising sovereign debt issues. See Article: Euro Falls Most in Two Weeks on Concern Europe Fund Raising May Struggle – Reuters 2. Chinese monetary authorites are allowing interest rates to […]

The Variables and Volatility of the Foreign Exchange Market

September 28, 2010


Back in 1987, when I first began to follow currency flows, foreign exchange volume was trading at 250 billion dollars a day.  The largest of any market.  Today, the average daily volume approaches approximately 4 trillion dollars and still growing. Again, and still the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. I have been active in the fx […]