Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The dollar turned higher against the euro after comments from Federal Reserve

AP - Good news for the dollar. Bond buying lowers interest rates and increases money supply. With more money in circulation, the value of the dollar that traders are holding decreases. The lower interest rates would make the dollar less attractive than other currencies that have higher interest rates.
The euro fell to $1.3337 in late trading Wednesday from $1.3459 late Tuesday.
Before Bernanke spoke, the euro rose against the dollar after the European Central Bank said it made $712.4 billion in low-interest loans to banks. The dollar rose to 81.18 Japanese yen from 80.55 yen and to 0.9039 Swiss franc from 0.8954 Swiss franc. AP link 95% of people trading lose money, but not if you know what you are doing. Become successful and join the Group of 5% of Successful trader. Forex Insight Team can teach YOU to become within the 5% minority of people who are making money.

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