In This Issue.
* Jobs Survey beats the estimates..
* Aussie March Retail Sales disappoint.
* RBA meets tonight to discuss rates.
* Norges Bank to meet this week..
* Weaker dollar ends the week
* Cyprus still at the top of the list
* The jobs market
* Britain on the hot seat
* Weekly jobs data bolsters the US$...
* EU policy makers switch focus to growth...
* Metals selling is mainly based in the ETFs...
* A nod to my favorite Irishman...
* U.S. jobs data blows out expectations.
* Bias to buy dollars is strong.
* RBNZ to go on kiwi bashing.
* RIP Alvin Lee.
* ECB & Bundesbank pull rug from under the euro.
* Relative calm over Eurozone is lifted, again.
* Sandy to affect jobs report.
* The debt ceiling revisited.
* BLS reports 171,000 new jobs.
* Bias to buy dollars intensifies.
* RBA to announce a rate cut this afternoon.
* Euro falls though 200-Day moving avg.
* Labor data confirms another round of easing...
* The euro's future moves to the German courts...
* China growth fears increase...
* Gold pauses, but remains in an upward trend...
* US jobs data a bit perplexing
* Dollar falls as investors move from shelters
* Italy's Monti - Mr. Obvious!
* AUD and NZD dollars approach 4 month highs
* Draghi can't come through
* Focus shifts to US payrolls
* Kiwi set for another weekly advance
* China to hasten the convertibility of the renminbi
* The so-called Flight to Safety.
* A$ holds its own.
* SNB has to be selling francs.
* Eurozone exports soar!
* Jobs data to drive the market...
* Euro falls after ECB cut...
* Demark goes to negative rates...
* Commodity currencies stabilize after Chinese rate cut...
* Jobs are very disappointing.
* The focus shifts to U.S. problems.
* Gold soars $66!
* Central Bank meetings galore this week!
* Jobs numbers disappoint...
* Elections in Europe...
* Oil falls below $100...
* RBA weighs on the Aussie dollar...
* Currencies remain stuck in a rut.
* euro held hostage by elections.
* A$ takes more hits.
* Gov't gets hands in Oil cookie jar.
* Risk assets rally on jobs data.
* BLS adds 90,000 jobs.
* Chinese inflation ticks up.
* Sing dollar drifts with renminbi.