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Short Euro-Dollar

CNBC | Friday, 01 June 2012

Michael Judge, Corporate FX Dealer at OzForex, says euro direction is being dictated by politics and not fundamentals. He recommends staying short euro-dollar.

Euro Woes

BNN | Monday, 28 May 2012

John Curran, Senior VP at Canadian Forex Ltd., looks at the flight to the safety of the U.S. dollar amid Europe's woes and recommends shorting Canadian dollar and going long U.S. dollar.

USD/JPY Weaker on Central Banks Policy Divergence

CNBC | Friday, 16 March 2012

Carly Pickering, Corporate FX Dealer at OzForex, discusses the impact of central bank action on the USD/JPY as the Fed steps back on monetary policy while the BOJ continues easing to weaken the yen

RBA Ahead of the Curve With Rate Cut

CNBC | Tuesday, 06 December 2011

Carly Pickering, Corporate Forex Dealer at OzForex, says the RBA rate cut is a precautionary measure to keep the Australian economy ahead of the curve as conditions in Europe continue to deteriorate.

Euro May Rally in the Short Term

CNBC | Friday, 28 October 2011

Jim Vrondas, head of client dealing at OzForex, sees short-term upside for the euro on the back of the debt deal, but questions remain on the region's growth and contagion risk.

Commodity Currencies Take A Beating

CNBC | Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Euan McCreadie, Manager Corporate Clients, OzForex says the Australian dollar could go down to $.90 by the end of the year.

Coordinated Effort by Central Banks a Good Move

CNBC | Friday, 16 September 2011

Euan McCreadie, Manager Corporate Clients at OzForex says the move by the central banks is a step in the right direction but is only a band-aid solution.

RBA keeps rates unchanged

CNBC | Tuesday, 06 September 2011

Carly Pickering, Corporate Foreign Exchange Dealer at OzForex says global economic worries outweigh domestic inflation concerns in Australia.

Market Sentiment Putting Pressure on the Euro

CNBC | Monday, 05 September 2011

Carly Pickering, Corporate FX Dealer at OzForex talks about the currencies.

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