eurusd, xauusd gold usdjpy gbpusd silver xagusd

2013-11-28 20:31:00

http://www.fxstreet.com/analysis/currency-majors-technical-perspective/2013/11/28/                                                      The EUR/USD hovers around the 1.3600 area, in a quite thin trading session as per US markets closed on Thanksgiving. The dollar however, maintains a quite negative tone particularly against its European rivals, with the EUR/USD having reached a higher high of 1.3617 so far today. Technically, the hourly chart shows a quite neutral stance albeit positive, with indicators flat above their midlines and 20 SMA flat below current price. In the 4 hours chart a slightly positive tone prevails, yet 1.3660 will likely keep the upside limited today.  Support levels: 1.3530 1.3490 1.3440 Resistance levels: 1.3620 1.3660 1.3710   Devamı

gold

2013-10-22 18:44:00

Holding Firm as Taper-Talk Creeps Back to Fore by Peter A. Grant October 21, AM (from USAGOLD.com) -- Gold remains narrowly confined. While last week's post-can-kick gains have been sustained, the yellow metal hasn't been able to extend higher thus far. With the latest government shutdown and debt-ceiling crisis already fading into memory — and the next one now months away — talk of Fed tapering is once again creeping back to the fore. However, Fed tapering seems even less likely now than it did back in September. The Fed has always said that tapering would be based on the economic data. I didn't see anything in the data leading up to the September FOMC meeting that was remotely sufficient to warrant a taper. The government shutdown took additional wind out of an already flagging economy. Chicago Fed dove Charles Evans doesn't believe that an October taper is appropriate for that very reason. This is a sentiment shared by The Wall Street Journal's FedWatcher Jon Hilsenrath. Additionally, Evans believes a December taper would be difficult because the next U.S. fiscal crisis will be right around the corner at that point. The fact that Janet Yellen will be taking over as the new Fed chairperson early next year is yet another reason not to taper any time soon. After all, Yellen is arguably more dovish than Ben Bernanke. Additionally, a Bloomberg article this morning points out that foreign demand for U.S. debt has dropped in recent months to levels not seen since 2001. Demand for Treasuries was negatively impacted by the recent debt ceiling crisis. With another crisis queued up for early-February, foreign demand for bonds is likely to remain tepid. If foreigners are not buying our debt, who do you suppose will step up to fill the demand void? The answer of course is the Fed. In fact, if foreign demand for Treasuries remains weak and so does the U.S. economy, a Yellen Fed may look to increas... Devamı

NEWS

2013-06-05 15:42:00

NEWS 2008-04-23 22:18:00   UK to review how airports are run22.04.2008, 12:30:35The government will review the economic regulation of the UK's airport system amid calls for it to be shaken up. Oil at record on supply worries22.04.2008, 18:18:24Oil prices hit new highs in London and New York amid worries about supply disruptions in Nigeria. US house prices continue to fall22.04.2008, 17:48:49Sales of existing homes in the US fell by 2% in March, industry figures show, as the housing market struggles. Euro scales $1.60 for first time22.04.2008, 17:57:28The euro trades above $1.60 for the first time since the single currency's inception in 1999. US hunger for McDonald's slowing22.04.2008, 17:46:30Fast-food group McDonald's posts upbeat quarterly results, despite weakening US sales. Airbus raises prices of aircraft22.04.2008, 14:42:46Airbus is raising the prices for its aircraft, blaming metals prices and the weakness of the US dollar. Budget users rein in China Mobile22.04.2008, 14:22:46China Mobile's profits rise but revenue per user slips as the firm expands in less affluent rural areas. Homeowners to get 'mortgage help'22.04.2008, 17:13:35Homeowners will have enough support to ensure that their homes are not repossessed, the government says. China shares down 50% from peak22.04.2008, 06:07:15The Shanghai Composite Index falls more than 3% to take it to 50% below the peak reached in October 2007. ...   Devamı

National Blood Foundation

2013-05-31 23:08:00

National Blood Foundation The National Blood Foundation (NBF), established in 1983, has a history of supporting research and education that advances transfusion medicine and blood banking to benefit both patients and donors. Funds are raised annually from corporations, blood centers, foundations, and individuals by NBF for the National Blood Foundation Research and Education Trust Fund (NBFRET) and NBF. NBF and NBFRET, which are 501(c)(3) organizations, provide grants for scientific research in the fields of transfusion medicine and blood banking and support education initiatives that benefit the transfusion medicine community. National Blood Foundation Tax ID #36-2384118 8101 Glenbrook Road Bethesda, MD 20814-2749 Phone +1.301.215.6552 Fax +1.301.907.6895 Email: nbf@aabb.org Mission The mission of NBF is to advance transfusion medicine and cellular and related biological therapies by funding scientific research that benefits patients and donors. Grants Programs Apply for an NBF Scientific Research Grant (Grant cycle 2008) Opportunities to Partner with the National Blood Foundation 2008 NBF Board of Trustees NBF Staff NBF Contributions for 2007 Donations Scientific Research Grants Program Since 1985, the National Blood Foundation (NBF) has awarded $5 million in grants to 145 scientific researchers. The important focus of research is transfusion medicine, to include aspects of immunology, hematology, tissue and transplantation medicine, cellular therapies and related biological therapies, emerging infectious disease, immunohematology, donor health and recruitment and retention, and implementation of technological devices. Priority is given to new investigators and innovative projects with the potential to have a practical impact on patients and donors in transfusion medicine. Important areas of research for...                          &... Devamı

National Blood Foundation

2013-05-31 23:07:00

National Blood Foundation The National Blood Foundation (NBF), established in 1983, has a history of supporting research and education that advances transfusion medicine and blood banking to benefit both patients and donors. Funds are raised annually from corporations, blood centers, foundations, and individuals by NBF for the National Blood Foundation Research and Education Trust Fund (NBFRET) and NBF. NBF and NBFRET, which are 501(c)(3) organizations, provide grants for scientific research in the fields of transfusion medicine and blood banking and support education initiatives that benefit the transfusion medicine community. National Blood Foundation Tax ID #36-2384118 8101 Glenbrook Road Bethesda, MD 20814-2749 Phone +1.301.215.6552 Fax +1.301.907.6895 Email: nbf@aabb.org Mission The mission of NBF is to advance transfusion medicine and cellular and related biological therapies by funding scientific research that benefits patients and donors. Grants Programs Apply for an NBF Scientific Research Grant (Grant cycle 2008) Opportunities to Partner with the National Blood Foundation 2008 NBF Board of Trustees NBF Staff NBF Contributions for 2007 Donations Scientific Research Grants Program Since 1985, the National Blood Foundation (NBF) has awarded $5 million in grants to 145 scientific researchers. The important focus of research is transfusion medicine, to include aspects of immunology, hematology, tissue and transplantation medicine, cellular therapies and related biological therapies, emerging infectious disease, immunohematology, donor health and recruitment and retention, and implementation of technological devices. Priority is given to new investigators and innovative projects with the potential to have a practical impact on patients and donors in transfusion medicine. Important areas of research for...                          &... Devamı

National Blood Foundation

2013-05-31 23:07:00

National Blood Foundation The National Blood Foundation (NBF), established in 1983, has a history of supporting research and education that advances transfusion medicine and blood banking to benefit both patients and donors. Funds are raised annually from corporations, blood centers, foundations, and individuals by NBF for the National Blood Foundation Research and Education Trust Fund (NBFRET) and NBF. NBF and NBFRET, which are 501(c)(3) organizations, provide grants for scientific research in the fields of transfusion medicine and blood banking and support education initiatives that benefit the transfusion medicine community. National Blood Foundation Tax ID #36-2384118 8101 Glenbrook Road Bethesda, MD 20814-2749 Phone +1.301.215.6552 Fax +1.301.907.6895 Email: nbf@aabb.org Mission The mission of NBF is to advance transfusion medicine and cellular and related biological therapies by funding scientific research that benefits patients and donors. Grants Programs Apply for an NBF Scientific Research Grant (Grant cycle 2008) Opportunities to Partner with the National Blood Foundation 2008 NBF Board of Trustees NBF Staff NBF Contributions for 2007 Donations Scientific Research Grants Program Since 1985, the National Blood Foundation (NBF) has awarded $5 million in grants to 145 scientific researchers. The important focus of research is transfusion medicine, to include aspects of immunology, hematology, tissue and transplantation medicine, cellular therapies and related biological therapies, emerging infectious disease, immunohematology, donor health and recruitment and retention, and implementation of technological devices. Priority is given to new investigators and innovative projects with the potential to have a practical impact on patients and donors in transfusion medicine. Important areas of research for...                          &... Devamı

•Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries

2013-05-16 17:33:00

Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries 22.04.2008, 20:53:52 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil jumped $2 to record highs near $120 a barrel on Tuesday on supply concerns from Nigeria and the North Sea.   Wall Street Journal managing editor quits 22.04.2008, 21:15:07 NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Wall Street Journal's managing editor is resigning, Dow Jones & Co Inc said on Tuesday, setting the stage for News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch to further consolidate his power in the business paper's newsroom.   Stocks fall on oil surge and profit worries 22.04.2008, 20:44:55 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks fell on Tuesday as surging oil prices escalated concerns about how higher energy costs will affect the economy, profits and consumer spending, while disappointing earnings outlooks also darkened the mood.   Yahoo results won't affect Microsoft offer: Ballmer 22.04.2008, 18:51:33 SKHIRAT, Morocco (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will hold firm on its $43.2 billion offer for Yahoo Inc , regardless of whether Yahoo's quarterly results impress or disappoint investors, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday.   Coach posts higher profit 22.04.2008, 21:05:49 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Handbag maker Coach Inc posted a higher quarterly profit on Tuesday that topped Wall Street's estimate by a penny, helped by higher sales at stores in North America and Japan.   Carlisle posts loss, shares slide 22.04.2008, 20:10:04 (Reuters) - Carlisle Cos Inc , a diversified manufacturer, posted a first-quarter loss, hurt by charges and rising costs for steel and oil-based commodities, and forecast a mid-single digit growth in 2008 earnings and revenue, sending its shares down as much as 11 percent.   Soaring fuel costs pummel airlines 22.04.2008, 17:47:49 CHICAGO (Reuters) - Record high fuel prices led three of the largest U.S. airlines to report hefty quarter... Devamı

•Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries

2013-05-16 17:33:00

Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries 22.04.2008, 20:53:52 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil jumped $2 to record highs near $120 a barrel on Tuesday on supply concerns from Nigeria and the North Sea.   Wall Street Journal managing editor quits 22.04.2008, 21:15:07 NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Wall Street Journal's managing editor is resigning, Dow Jones & Co Inc said on Tuesday, setting the stage for News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch to further consolidate his power in the business paper's newsroom.   Stocks fall on oil surge and profit worries 22.04.2008, 20:44:55 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks fell on Tuesday as surging oil prices escalated concerns about how higher energy costs will affect the economy, profits and consumer spending, while disappointing earnings outlooks also darkened the mood.   Yahoo results won't affect Microsoft offer: Ballmer 22.04.2008, 18:51:33 SKHIRAT, Morocco (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will hold firm on its $43.2 billion offer for Yahoo Inc , regardless of whether Yahoo's quarterly results impress or disappoint investors, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday.   Coach posts higher profit 22.04.2008, 21:05:49 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Handbag maker Coach Inc posted a higher quarterly profit on Tuesday that topped Wall Street's estimate by a penny, helped by higher sales at stores in North America and Japan.   Carlisle posts loss, shares slide 22.04.2008, 20:10:04 (Reuters) - Carlisle Cos Inc , a diversified manufacturer, posted a first-quarter loss, hurt by charges and rising costs for steel and oil-based commodities, and forecast a mid-single digit growth in 2008 earnings and revenue, sending its shares down as much as 11 percent.   Soaring fuel costs pummel airlines 22.04.2008, 17:47:49 CHICAGO (Reuters) - Record high fuel prices led three of the largest U.S. airlines to report hefty quarter... Devamı

•Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries

2013-05-16 17:33:00

Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries 22.04.2008, 20:53:52 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil jumped $2 to record highs near $120 a barrel on Tuesday on supply concerns from Nigeria and the North Sea.   Wall Street Journal managing editor quits 22.04.2008, 21:15:07 NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Wall Street Journal's managing editor is resigning, Dow Jones & Co Inc said on Tuesday, setting the stage for News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch to further consolidate his power in the business paper's newsroom.   Stocks fall on oil surge and profit worries 22.04.2008, 20:44:55 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks fell on Tuesday as surging oil prices escalated concerns about how higher energy costs will affect the economy, profits and consumer spending, while disappointing earnings outlooks also darkened the mood.   Yahoo results won't affect Microsoft offer: Ballmer 22.04.2008, 18:51:33 SKHIRAT, Morocco (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will hold firm on its $43.2 billion offer for Yahoo Inc , regardless of whether Yahoo's quarterly results impress or disappoint investors, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday.   Coach posts higher profit 22.04.2008, 21:05:49 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Handbag maker Coach Inc posted a higher quarterly profit on Tuesday that topped Wall Street's estimate by a penny, helped by higher sales at stores in North America and Japan.   Carlisle posts loss, shares slide 22.04.2008, 20:10:04 (Reuters) - Carlisle Cos Inc , a diversified manufacturer, posted a first-quarter loss, hurt by charges and rising costs for steel and oil-based commodities, and forecast a mid-single digit growth in 2008 earnings and revenue, sending its shares down as much as 11 percent.   Soaring fuel costs pummel airlines 22.04.2008, 17:47:49 CHICAGO (Reuters) - Record high fuel prices led three of the largest U.S. airlines to report hefty quarter... Devamı

•Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries

2013-05-16 17:32:00

Oil rallies $2 to near $120 on supply worries 22.04.2008, 20:53:52 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil jumped $2 to record highs near $120 a barrel on Tuesday on supply concerns from Nigeria and the North Sea.   Wall Street Journal managing editor quits 22.04.2008, 21:15:07 NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Wall Street Journal's managing editor is resigning, Dow Jones & Co Inc said on Tuesday, setting the stage for News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch to further consolidate his power in the business paper's newsroom.   Stocks fall on oil surge and profit worries 22.04.2008, 20:44:55 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks fell on Tuesday as surging oil prices escalated concerns about how higher energy costs will affect the economy, profits and consumer spending, while disappointing earnings outlooks also darkened the mood.   Yahoo results won't affect Microsoft offer: Ballmer 22.04.2008, 18:51:33 SKHIRAT, Morocco (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp will hold firm on its $43.2 billion offer for Yahoo Inc , regardless of whether Yahoo's quarterly results impress or disappoint investors, Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Tuesday.   Coach posts higher profit 22.04.2008, 21:05:49 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Handbag maker Coach Inc posted a higher quarterly profit on Tuesday that topped Wall Street's estimate by a penny, helped by higher sales at stores in North America and Japan.   Carlisle posts loss, shares slide 22.04.2008, 20:10:04 (Reuters) - Carlisle Cos Inc , a diversified manufacturer, posted a first-quarter loss, hurt by charges and rising costs for steel and oil-based commodities, and forecast a mid-single digit growth in 2008 earnings and revenue, sending its shares down as much as 11 percent.   Soaring fuel costs pummel airlines 22.04.2008, 17:47:49 CHICAGO (Reuters) - Record high fuel prices led three of the largest U.S. airlines to report hefty quarter... Devamı