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04/16/2014
GBP/JPY consolidates above 171.50
04/16/2014
Wall Street closes at daily highs as welcomed Yellen words
04/16/2014
Two Japanese government headlines support USD/JPY - Nomura
04/16/2014
BoC in no hurry to raise interest rates - ANZ
04/16/2014
EUR/USD stubborn above 1.3800
04/16/2014
Markets on the rise following data, Yellen
04/16/2014
GBP/USD takes a breather after steep rally
04/16/2014
Yellen: Low rates for a long time; 'full employment' in 2016
04/16/2014
AUD outlook negative – UBS
04/16/2014
USD/CAD keeps pushing higher
04/16/2014
USD/CHF at weekly highs
04/16/2014
EUR/USD slumps to 1.3800
04/16/2014
USD/JPY Stops at 101.20 and sub-101.00 probably still intact - FXStreet
04/16/2014
United States EIA Crude Oil Stocks change beat expectations (1.3M) in April 11: Actual (10.013M)
04/16/2014
USD/CAD jumps above 1.1000 after BoC
04/16/2014
BoC keeps rates steady on downside inflation, household imbalances risks
04/16/2014
GBP/USD clings to 1.6800
04/16/2014
BoC keeps interest rate unchanged at 1% in April
04/16/2014
Canada BoC Interest Rate Decision in line with expectations (1%)
04/16/2014
USD/JPY rallies on declining yen safety demand
04/16/2014
EUR/USD reacts to the downside after upbeat US ind. production
04/16/2014
EMEA EM Express: Russian ruble advances ahead of talks on Ukraine in Geneva
04/16/2014
United States Industrial Production (MoM) came in at 0.7% to beat expectations (0.5%) in March
04/16/2014
United States Capacity Utilization came in at 79.2% to beat forecasts (78.7%) in March
04/16/2014
USD/JPY steady after US housing data

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