In This Issue.
* Euro rises, A$'s get hammered.
* RBA turns on green lights to A$ weakness.
* Has CNY gone too far, too fast?.
* A$ and C$ grow up to "big boy" currencies .
* Euro finishes its rally week on high note.
* Yen continues to benefit from repatriation.
* Draghi sounds upbeat.
* China prepares its curb appeal.
* Euro rallies, A$ continues to get whacked.
* ECB & BOE meet today.
* China braces for weak exports data.
* Draghi throws a cat among the pigeons.
* Euro gets slammed but recovers.
* Will the BLS make an "adjustment?".
* BOC gets new Gov..
* Cyprus was the market mover
* Regional manufacturing on the rise
* Euro takes a shot
* Singapore inflation
* Happy Birthday Chuck!!!
* Euro holds steady with no new news on Cyprus...
* Chinese economy is predicted to expand...
* Commodity currencies post good gains in 2013...
* Retail sales in the US propel the dollar higher...
* Euro Industrial production disappoints...
* Norges bank pushes back any rate hikes...
* BOJ Governor approved by parliment...
* Retail sales set the tone in today's markets...
* Euro falls below $1.30...
* UK in danger of Triple Dip...
* Mexico gets a boost from S&P...
* Euro rises, yen falls.
* U.S. Trade Deficit widens.
* Are metals consolidating?.
* Stephen Roach on QE.
* US dollar
* Italian election uncertainties
* Euro takes it on the chin
* Home prices still on the rise
* Ireland wants to stand on its own two feet.
* Aso says yen has fallen too far.
* Canada's strong jobs reports .
* What is the Fed up to now?
* Waiting on the Fed...
* Consumer confidence falls in the US...
* Euro area looks to be emerging from recession...
* Chinese incomes rise...
* Currencies & metals back off the rally pedal.
* Euro gets the most out of relative calm.
* Swiss franc to weaken further?.
* FOMC meeting this week.
* Euro climbs above $1.34
* Japanese yen continues to slide
* US trade deficit widens on increased imports
* Bud Conrad comments on the Fiscal Cliff deal
* Draghi sounds upbeat, euro soars.
* Gold adds $20!
* A$ reaches for the stars.
* Yen weakness continues.