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Anna Timone
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Financial Regulations Blogger & Commentator
Financial Regulations Blogger & Commentator

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I recently contributed to DigitalJournal.com. Come read my latest article about the state of affairs for consumer investment in the uncertain economy. 

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New post! We have another article from guest blogger Jim Trott, Former Chief Dealer at the Bank of England, about debt deadlines and the government's action (or inaction!): http://bit.ly/10E9enU

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We have a new post on the blog! Read a guest article from James Trott, Former Chief Dealer at the Bank of England, about being posed with the decision of who to appoint as the next Governor.

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“Fiscal Cliff” Talks May Impact Markets Today

After taking significant losses last Friday, the US dollar saw very little movement against its higher-yielding currency rivals to start off this week.

Today, dollar traders will want to monitor developments in the ongoing budget negotiations between President Obama and US Congressional leaders, who are meant to reach an agreement before the “fiscal cliff” of automatic tax increases and budget cuts take affect at the beginning of the year. While the negotiations have been deadlocked for some time, signs of moderate progress were seen yesterday. Positive developments today could lead to investor risk taking, which may result in the safe-haven dollar taking additional losses.

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What are the five big events that have shaped 2012?

The FT's chief foreign affairs columnist, Gideon Rachman, shares his view:
http://on.ft.com/RAuqbq

Which events would you select?

Image of Mario Draghi, European Central Bank president, by Getty
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‟There is still more room to go higher before EUR/USD is even in the middle of its trading range. But the options market is telling us that sentiment is deteriorating, so we do not expect a break-out from that range unless the Fed really surprises us. "

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