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The Foreign Exchange Market’s Economic Uncertainty

June 24, 2011


The slowdown of the US economic recovery (latest estimates 2.7-2.9% instead of 3.1-3.3%), and the debilitating effects of Greece’s uncertain bailout are the driving and opposing forces creating havoc and volatility in the current foreign exchange markets. The Federal Reserve confirmed that it’s second round of QE2 (“quantitative easing” – a $600 billion bond purchase […]

IMEX’s Choice of Articles about Foreign Exchange week of Feb. 7 2011

February 7, 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) The present stabilization of the euro vs the US dollar on the foreign exchange markets are providing strength to the currency and […]

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

December 6, 2010


1) A number of foreign exchange forecasters are expecting the Euro to fall against the US dollar in the new year… See article  Euro’s Worst to Come as Best Forecasters See Crisis Spreading  Bloomberg 2) The present additional Quantitative easing (QE2) may not be enough to support the economy and more may be necessary according to […]