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Exchange rates from European Bank 3pm CET

AUD1.4688Australian dollar
BGN1.9558Bulgarian lev
BRL3.4659Brasilian real
CAD1.3914Canadian dollar
CHF1.0422Swiss franc
CNY6.8337Chinese yuan
CZK27.135Czech koruna
DKK7.4610Danish krone
GBP0.70800Pound sterling
HKD8.5338Hong Kong dollar
HRK7.5750Croatian kuna
HUF316.13Hungarian forint
IDR14700.08Indonesian rupiah
ILS4.1622Israeli shekel
INR69.8398Indian rupee
JPY135.11Japanese yen
KRW1241.95South Korean won
MXN17.4537Mexican peso
MYR4.2018Malaysian ringgit
NOK8.9095Norwegian krone
NZD1.6440New Zealand dollar
PHP49.651Philippine peso
PLN4.2005Polish zloty
RON4.4863New Romanian leu
RUB62.1340Russian rouble
SEK9.3699Swedish krona
SGD1.4876Singapore dollar
THB37.257Thai baht
TRY2.9622Turkish lira
USD1.1008US dollar
ZAR13.6731South African rand

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News from money markets

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jul 06, 2015

After posting gains overnight, the dollar ran out of steam in N.Y. trade on Monday. EUR-USD was sold into the 1.1000 level in early dealings, though found support ahead of the figure, before rebounding over 1.1090. The Greece mess remains in place, with confusion reigning for the most part. USD-JPY showed signs of strength after Wall Street pared early losses, though later retreated under 122.40 as stocks turned lower again. Renewed Grexit talk, coupled with calls from Germany's Merkel for Greece to come up with concrete proposals weighed on risk levels into the close.


XE Market Analysis: North America - Jul 06, 2015

The euro rebounded most of the losses seen in early Asia-Pacific trade as markets reacted to Greece's 'no' to austerity vote at the weekend. EUR-USD rebounded to the mid-1.10s after hitting a 1.0970 low, which left last Monday's trough at 1.0951 untroubled. The pair still remained about 40 pips lower on the day even. Europe's STOXX 600 equity was off its lows with a 0.6% decline in early European PM session, and Bund yields are down on safe-haven buying of German debt as markets hunker down following Greece's vote.


XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jul 06, 2015

The euro should remain biased lower as 'Greuncertainty' flares up in the wake of the 'no' vote over the weekend, which raises the odds of Grexit. Immediate focus will be on the ECB and what it decides to do with regard its ELA lifeline to Greek banks. The Greek government thinks that it will have a stronger hand at negotiations, but the signals from creditors last week was that a 'no' victory would spell an exit from the euro. Germany's Merkel and France's Holland are due to meet this evening to discuss the situation, and there is an EU summit and Eurogroup meeting tomorrow evening.


International Economic Preview For the Week of July 6-10; Greece and China Causing Concern, Edition

     There are two events looming large over the markets next week.  Let’s start with Greece.  I’ve already added my 2 cents to this discussion when I made this observation:


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