Monthly Archives: February 2015

February 23

Market Rangers 2

Currency markets have once again settled into impressively quiet ranges. Our last “Market Rangers” post featured eerily similar set ups: annoying ranges across most of the major pairs even the the midst of what seems like a busy period for fundamental news. Europe is somewhere close to a Greek deal, US data is positive but […]

February 17

Greeks Walkout on Bailout Talks

Monday’s highly anticipated Eurogroup meeting to determine the fate of the Greek bailout program ended in disarray as  Greek officials called the terms of extending the deal “unacceptable”, adding they “wont take orders” on the subject of the bailout. The point of contention continues to be the draconian austerity measures built into the current program. […]

February 09

Conflicting US Data Confuses Markets

Currency markets have been mixed on this Monday morning after the US Dollar made a significant move higher this past Friday in the wake of a blowout US jobs number. Strong growth in jobs as well as wages stemmed any doubts from weakness in recent US economic indicators.  Price action in the currency markets on […]