The US dollar continued storming the board, and even gained against the Japanese yen this time. Important US events including CB Consumer Confidence, Housing data and the all-important Non-Farm Payrolls are at the top of our list this week. Here is an outlook for the major market-movers ahead.
The European debt crisis further deteriorated with more open talk about a Greek exit, and a major Spanish region adding its begging bowl, in addition to banks. The crisis continues having an impact on all currencies. In the US, Core durable goods orders disappointed but at least Jobless claims were steady with 370,000 claims. The NFP will likely bring more attention to the world's No. 1 economy. Let's start:
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