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Major Cross Rates - Sat, Feb 28th, 2015

Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar

Name Last Percent Links
Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar 780.66 0.10%
Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar 1,119.27 -0.04%
British Pound/U.S. Dollar 1,543.29 0.18%
U.S. Dollar/Canadian Dollar 1,250.40 -0.07%
U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc 953.53 0.12%
U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen 1,195.64 0.13%

Forex Quotes

Name Last Change Percent Links
Australian Dollar/Canadian Dollar 0.9763 0.00037 0.04%
Australian Dollar/Swiss Franc 0.7447 0.0018 0.24%
Australian Dollar/Euro FX 0.69764 0.00119 0.17%
Australian Dollar/British Pound 0.50608 -5.0E-5 -0.01%
Australian Dollar/Japanese Yen 93.405 0.279 0.30%
Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar 0.78066 0.00076 0.10%
Euro Fx/Australian Dollar 1.4326 -0.00258 -0.18%
Euro Fx/Canadian Dollar 1.39778 -0.00339 -0.24%
Euro Fx/Swiss Franc 1.06699 0.00051 0.05%
Euro Fx/British Pound 0.72497 -0.00172 -0.24%
Euro Fx/Japanese Yen 133.851 0.159 0.12%
Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar 1.11927 -0.00041 -0.04%
British Pound/Australian Dollar 1.9745 -0.0002 -0.01%
British Pound/Canadian Dollar 1.9263 -0.00142 -0.07%
British Pound/Swiss Franc 1.47265 0.00532 0.36%
British Pound/Euro FX 1.3773 0.0018 0.13%
British Pound/Japanese Yen 184.482 0.536 0.29%
British Pound/U.S. Dollar 1.54329 0.00284 0.18%
U.S. Dollar/Australian Dollar 1.2791 -0.0027 -0.21%
U.S. Dollar/Canadian Dollar 1.2504 -0.00091 -0.07%
U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc 0.95353 0.00114 0.12%
U.S. Dollar/Euro FX 0.89301 9.0E-5 0.01%
U.S. Dollar/British Pound 0.64775 -0.00109 -0.17%
U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen 119.564 0.158 0.13%
Japanese Yen/Australian Dollar 0.0107 -3.0E-5 -0.28%
Japanese Yen/Canadian Dollar 0.01044 -4.0E-5 -0.38%
Japanese Yen/Swiss Franc 0.7963 -0.00046 -0.06%
Japanese Yen/Euro FX 0.00747 unch unch
Japanese Yen/British Pound 0.00542 -2.0E-5 -0.37%
Japanese Yen/U.S. Dollar 0.00836 -1.0E-5 -0.17%
Canadian Dollar/Australian Dollar 1.0248 0.0008 0.08%
Canadian Dollar/Swiss Franc 0.7604 -0.0005 -0.07%
Canadian Dollar/Euro FX 0.71521 0.0017 0.24%
Canadian Dollar/British Pound 0.51864 0.00015 0.03%
Canadian Dollar/Japanese Yen 95.571 0.179 0.19%
Canadian Dollar/U.S. Dollar 0.79925 0.00034 0.04%
Swiss Franc/Australian Dollar 1.338 -0.0071 -0.53%
Swiss Franc/Canadian Dollar 1.3098 -0.0034 -0.26%
Swiss Franc/Euro FX 0.93545 -0.00179 -0.19%
Swiss Franc/British Pound 0.67944 -0.00163 -0.24%
Swiss Franc/U.S. Dollar 1.0471 -0.00236 -0.22%
Swiss Franc/Japanese Yen 125.205 -0.108 -0.09%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Silver/Australian Dollar 21.21 0.02 0.09%
Silver/Canadian Dollar 20.77 0.0806 0.39%
Silver/Swiss Franc 15.7673 0.0268 0.17%
Silver/Euro FX 14.78 0.01 0.07%
Silver/British Pound 10.74 0.02 0.19%
Silver/Indian Rupee 1 1.91 0.19%
Silver/Turkish New Lira 41.66 0.1769 0.43%
Silver 16.586 0.043 0.26%
Silver/South African Rand 193.34 2.73 1.43%
Gold/Australian Dollar 1 1.6 0.10%
Gold/Canadian Dollar 1 4.22 0.28%
Gold/Swiss Franc 1 3.46 0.30%
Gold/Euro FX 1 1.8 0.17%
Gold/British Pound 785.1 0.4 0.05%
Gold/Indian Rupee 74 152.9 0.21%
Gold/Turkish New Lira 3 7.53 0.25%
Gold 1 3.64 0.30%
Gold/South African Rand 14 201.3 1.44%
Palladium/Euro FX 726 6.81 0.95%
Palladium 813 7 0.87%
Platinum/Euro FX 1 13.35 1.28%
Platinum 1 15 1.28%

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The Forex market has always been known for its strong trends. However, even in directional markets technical traders have some serious decisions to make regarding when to enter and exit the market. Often to solve these difficult trading concerns, traders rely on technical indicators. These indicators can be helpful, but more often than not, traders will find them inconsistent and lagging in...

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A Dramatic Year – 2015 Financial Collapse?

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A Metaphor, The Market, and A Positive Shift

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Swiss Franc Move Shows The Real Danger Of Improbable Events

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Get Your Money Into Europe

Get Your Money Into Europe

Okay, so the market volatility continues, in a big way. Perhaps it is the ECB actions that are driving the market. Actually, the ECB is driving the market. This is big news out of Europe. The expectation is that the QE there will do for Europe what it did for the US. As we all know by now, the central bank announced a Quantitative Easing program to the tune of €60b per month, beating the...

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The Canadian Dollar, A Bearish Play

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