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US Banks Put Pressure on USD on Forex Charts

Due to the recent regulations being forced upon the banks in the United States, banks have begun to impose new fees upon their customers. These fees will most definitely have an impact upon the spending ability of US citizens, which could negatively impact the US economy and cause ripples on forex charts. Taking advantage of this information will mean that a trader needs to maintain constant vigilance with regard to the stock market.

SOPA Could Hurt USD on Forex Charts

The recent acts which have been aimed at stopping piracy on the Internet have also served to cause many sites to fear an adverse impact on legitimate business. Online giants such as Google have lobbied against the bill known as SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) in an effort to keep it from being passed.

US Dollar Could Rise on Forex Charts

Yes it is true, the USD has not exactly been the most stable currency for more than a decade now, but as new government regulations take shape in America the US dollar is fast becoming an even greater symbol of instability. There is a lot of political debate about how to fix the ailing economy in the United States and around the world but as time goes on the two overwhelming schools of thought seem to be that of extreme regulation and aid on one hand and on the other hand you have those who believe that the answer is…

Italy In Turmoil – Euro Suffering on Forex Charts

In an all out attempt to prevent a new European catastrophe the governments of both Greece and Italy have come together in an effort to reconcile the current crisis taking place in the European Union. This has unfortunately brought about a very real tendency to chase the hard times in store for the Union with nervousness and trepidation. The reality of the EU’s fiscal irresponsibility is becoming painfully obvious to those working with the Euro on Forex Quotes.

Yen Dropping in Value on Forex Charts

The nation of China has just announced a severe decrease in the amount of precious metals they will export to Japan and the western world. This spells out trouble for manufacturing of everything from wind power turbines to iPods.

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