Full forex news archive on 2001-06-26

26/06/2001 08:57
GOOD MORNING !
26/06/2001 09:01
Today - 0600GMT German May NSA Import, Export Price Indices
26/06/2001 09:02
Today - 0645GMT France May Housing starts, permits
26/06/2001 09:02
Today - 0650GMT France May CPI, final
26/06/2001 09:03
Today - 0700GMT Eurogroup Chairman Didier Reynders speaks at
26/06/2001 09:03
Today - 0700GMT Italy Apr Unemployment
26/06/2001 09:03
Today - 0830GMT UK Q1 Current account deficit
26/06/2001 09:04
Today - 1100GMT Germany Ifo Institute's annual meeting with new
26/06/2001 09:06
Today - 1800GMT Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee to meet
26/06/2001 10:03
SNB sets Lombard rate at 5.375 pct, unchanged
26/06/2001 10:18
GERMAN MAY IMPORT PRICES UP 1.0 PCT M/M, UP 4.0 PCT Y/Y (VS UP 0.5, UP 5.1)
26/06/2001 10:22
Waiting may be hardest part for Fed officials
26/06/2001 10:25
Yanagisawa wants Japan to avoid nominal GDP fall
26/06/2001 10:26
JAPAN GOVT PANEL PROPOSES LIMITING BANKS' SHAREHOLDINGS TO WITHIN 100 PCT OF CAPITAL
26/06/2001 10:27
JAPAN MAY VEHICLE OUTPUT DOWN 2.4 PCT YR/YR AT 735,226 UNITS-JAMA
26/06/2001 10:30
U.S. to understand Japan efforts on bad loans-FSA
26/06/2001 10:39
Bank of Japan expected to resist easing...for now
26/06/2001 10:41
FOREX-Dollar shies lower as U.S. rate tension builds
26/06/2001 10:41
TECHNICALS-Forex market outlook and key levels
26/06/2001 10:45
TECHNICALS-Forex market views and key levels (part 2)
26/06/2001 10:47
Dow hits 2-month low; Nasdaq ekes out gain
26/06/2001 10:49
Size of rate cut is focus as Fed policy committee meets (Wrap)
26/06/2001 10:50
FRANCE FINAL MAY HICP +0.7% M/M, +2.5% Y/Y; UNREVISED
26/06/2001 10:51
French May final CPI up 0.7 pct from April, unchanged vs provisional
26/06/2001 10:56
O'Neill says "great companies" can overcome strong US dollar
26/06/2001 10:59
Bank economists say US to "narrowly escape" recession in 2001
26/06/2001 10:59
ITALY APRIL SA UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 9.6% VS. 9.8% IN JAN.
26/06/2001 11:00
ITALY APRIL SA UNEMPLOYMENT BELOW ALL MNI SURVEY FORECASTS
26/06/2001 11:01
Nikkei closes 0.6% higher as investors favor old economy stocks
26/06/2001 11:03
Play of the Day: Buy EURGBP on Elliott Wave analysis
26/06/2001 11:09
Yanagisawa sees limited write-off losses at major banks as provisions adequate
26/06/2001 11:36
Shiokawa - Govt to end yr to March 2003 corporate tax incentives
26/06/2001 12:15
U.S. FOMC seen cutting interest rates by 50 basis points: UBS Warburg
26/06/2001 12:15
UK MEDIAN FORECAST: Q1 GDP 2ND REVISION +0.4% Q/Q; +2.6% Y/Y
26/06/2001 12:16
UK MEDIAN FORECAST: Q1 CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT -STG4.06 BLN
26/06/2001 12:22
Forex: Euro firms in early London trade as Wall Street shows signs of weakness
26/06/2001 12:29
UK Q1 FINAL GDP REVISED UP TO 0.5% Q/Q; UP 2.7% Y/Y
26/06/2001 12:30
UK Q1 SVCE SECTOR GROWTH REVISED UP TO +0.9% Q/Q; +3.7% Y/Y
26/06/2001 12:31
UK Q1 GDP UPWARD REVISION MAINLY DUE TO HIGHER CONSTRUCTION
26/06/2001 12:31
UK Q1 CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT STG180 MLN VS Q4 STG3.696 BLN
26/06/2001 12:31
UK Q1 GDP ABOVE MNI SURVEY MEDIAN; CURRENT A/C DEFICIT LOWER
26/06/2001 12:56
UK Q1 current account deficit adj 180 mln stg vs unrevised 3.696 bln in Q4
26/06/2001 13:03
EURUSD: SUP - 0.8580-0.8515-08490-0.8415-0.8375, RES - 0.8625-0.8640-0.8670-0.8745-0.8825 - ISFX
26/06/2001 13:05
USDCHF: SUP - 1.7620-1.7590-1.7455-1.7310-1.6850, RES - 1.7700-1.7760-1.7840-1.7860-1.7935 - ISFX
26/06/2001 13:05
USDJPY: SUP - 123.65-123.25-122.60-122.40-121.75, RES - 124.60-124.75-125.00-125.30-126.85 - ISFX
26/06/2001 13:06
EURJPY: SUP - 106.30-105.60-105.25-104.55-103.50, RES - 106.95-107.85-108.45-108.85-109.70 - ISFX
26/06/2001 13:08
GBPUSD: SUP - 1.4120-1.4090-1.4020-1.3950-1.3910, RES - 1.4150-1.4190-1.4225-1.4240-1.4275 - ISFX
26/06/2001 13:09
EURGBP: SUP - 0.6060-0.6005-0.5975-0.5955-0.5740, RES - 0.6105-0.6130-0.6170-0.6195-0.6220 - ISFX
26/06/2001 13:20
ECB: VARIABLE REFI MARGINAL RATE 4.54% VS 4.51% LAST REFI
26/06/2001 14:01
GERMANY SCHOERDER: NO REASON TO PANIC ABOUT GROWTH SLOWDOWN
26/06/2001 14:02
GERMANY SCHROEDER: HAVE NO ADVICE FOR ECB, MUST BE INDEPENDENT
26/06/2001 15:24
IFO SINN: FAVOR 'SIGNIFICANT' ECB RATE CUT
26/06/2001 15:30
Forex: Dollar firms in midday London trade ahead of U.S. indicators
26/06/2001 15:31
OUTLOOK: Euro area May adjusted M3 growth seen slightly above reference value
26/06/2001 15:40
IFO INSTITUTE SEES 2001 GERMANY REAL GDP +1.2%; 2002 +2.2%
26/06/2001 15:41
Ifo cuts German, euro-zone growth, hikes inflation forecasts
26/06/2001 15:42
IFO: BUT IFO HEAD SINN RECOMMENDS ECB 50 BP CUT THIS YEAR
26/06/2001 15:42
IFO:GIVEN WEAK EURO, EMU MONETARY CONDITIONS 'QUITE FAVORABLE'
26/06/2001 15:43
IFO: EURO TO REMAIN WEAK UNTIL AFTER INTRODUCTN OF NOTES/COINS
26/06/2001 15:43
IFO: 'JAPANESE PATIENT REMAINS IN INTENSIVE CARE'
26/06/2001 16:12
Ifo says not expecting euro to strenghten until 2002 cash introduction
26/06/2001 16:13
IFO sees German economy at tail end of euro zone growth in foreseeable future
26/06/2001 16:14
Ifo's Sinn says ECB to cut rates by 0.25 pct this year as inflation eases
26/06/2001 16:15
TECHNICALS-Forex market outlook and key levels
26/06/2001 16:26
US FX Daily Outlook: Dollar dips on 50 bps rate cut talk
26/06/2001 16:29
US FX Daily Outlook: Dollar dips on 50 bps rate cut talk (part 2)
26/06/2001 16:29
MAY US DURABLE NEW ORDERS +2.9%; EX-TRANSPORTATION +2.7%
26/06/2001 16:30
APRIL US DURABLE GDS NEW ORDERS REVISED TO -5.5% (PREV -5.0%)
26/06/2001 16:32
US Durable Goods Orders-OVERVIEW
26/06/2001 17:00
ECB: FOREX RESERVES ROSE E0.2 BN TO E266.8 BN WK ENDED JUN22
26/06/2001 17:00
BTM-UBSW:US SAME-STORE SALES -0.1% JUN 23 WK VS +1.0% JUN 16
26/06/2001 17:00
REDBOOK:US JUNE STORE SALES -1.3% MO/MO THRU WK ENDED 6/23
26/06/2001 18:01
JUNE US CONSUMER CONFIDENCE 117.9 V MAY 116.1(PREV 115.5)
26/06/2001 18:01
CONF BOARD US PRESENT CONDITIONS JUNE 154.8 VS MAY 159.6
26/06/2001 18:02
CONF BOARD US CONSUMER EXPECTATIONS JUNE 93.2 VS MAY 87.1
26/06/2001 18:02
MAY US NEW HOME SALES +0.8% TO 928,000 SAAR
26/06/2001 18:11
U.S. May new home sales up 0.8 pct to 928,000 units from April
26/06/2001 18:34
US BOND MKT ASSOC: EVENLY SPLIT WHETHER FED TO CUT 25/50 BPS
26/06/2001 18:34
US BMA: FED LIKELY TO CONTINUE EASING AFTER WEDS
26/06/2001 18:34
US BMA: UNEMP TO REACH 5% NEXT YEAR,4.6% AVG EXPECTED FOR 2001
26/06/2001 18:35
US BMA: SEES GDP 4Q TO 4Q 1.3% IN 2001, 3.5% IN 2002
26/06/2001 18:35
US BMA'S DUDLEY: MOST MEMBERS 'SURPRISED BY DOLLAR STRENGTH'
26/06/2001 18:36
US BMA'S DUDLEY: FED TO BE SLOW TO TIGHTEN IF UNEMP OVER 5%
26/06/2001 18:36
US BMA'S DUDLEY:CREDIT MKTS DON'T EXPECT FISCAL POL SURPRISES
26/06/2001 18:37
US BMA'S DUDLEY:PROBLEM W/ECON NOT RATES BUT INVESTMENT
26/06/2001 18:37
US BMA'S DUDLEY:FUNDS RATE TO BOTTOM OUR AFTER JUNE FOMC OR 3Q
26/06/2001 19:06
DUISENBERG: EMU 2001 GROWTH LIKELY BETWEEN 2% AND 2.5%
26/06/2001 19:09
DUISENBERG:ECB SEES SLIGHTLY EMU GDP ACCELERATION IN 2002
26/06/2001 19:10
DUISENBERG: 'WE ARE NOT IN A RECESSION', DON'T EXPECT ONE
26/06/2001 19:10
DUISENBERG:NO REASON FOR FISCAL/ECO. STEPS TO STIMULATE GROWTH
26/06/2001 19:10
DUISENBERG:NO REASON NOW FOR EMU GOVTS TO ABANDON BUDGET CUTS
26/06/2001 20:00
US TSY:IMF COMMENDS US FOR STRONG ECON,SOUND POL FRAMEWORK
26/06/2001 20:00
US TSY:IMF ART.IV REVIEW SAID US MUST FOCUS ON REVIVING GROWTH
26/06/2001 20:01
US TSY: IMF STAFF SAID GROWTH 'NEAR-TERM POLICY PRIORITY'
26/06/2001 20:01
US TSY: IMF SAID 'SUBSTANTIAL' FED EASING 'APPROPRIATE'
26/06/2001 20:01
US TSY: IMF SAID MON POL 'PRIMARY INSTRUMENT' TO BOOST GROWTH
26/06/2001 20:01
US TSY:IMF SAID NEED FOR MORE EASING DEPENDS ON ECON RESPONSE
26/06/2001 20:02
US TSY: IMF SAID MAY NEED MORE CUTS IF INDICATORS REMAIN WEAK
26/06/2001 20:02
US TSY:IMF SAID INFL PRESSURE LIKELY TO REMAIN'WELL CONTAINED'
26/06/2001 20:02
US TSY: IMF SAID CURRENT ACCT DEFICIT REFLECTS STRONGER GROWTH
26/06/2001 20:03
US TSY:IMF SAID PROSPECTS IMPROVED FOR'SIGNIFICANT'DEBT PAYDWN
26/06/2001 22:06
FED:1ST SESSION OF 2-DAY FED MEETING HAS BEGUN
26/06/2001 22:36
BOC'S DODGE: 'SOMEWHAT HIGHER GROWTH PATH' SEEN IN 2002
26/06/2001 22:37
BOC'S DODGE: SEES US DEMAND GROWTH UP IN 2ND HALF 2001
26/06/2001 22:37
BOC'S DODGE SEE'S MAIN RISK TO CANADA IN DELAYED US RECOVERY
26/06/2001 22:37
BOC'S DODGE: AGAIN REJECTS COMMON CURRENCY W/ US

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