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  1. #3311
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    (CAD) Bank of Canada Consumer Price Index Core (MoM)
    Volatility: Medium
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    Prev: 0.4%
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    (INR) FX Reserves, USD
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    (other) Trade Balance (MoM)
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    (AUD) Producer Price Index (YoY)
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    Hi,

    Talking about economic events, I wish to ask "Is there finally light at the end of the long and winding tunnel? Is the global economy going to look rosier?"

    The Dow Jones index rose for 4 consecutive weeks. Last Friday saw a rally despite ongoing uncertainties in the europe crisis.

    Economists say that Greece’s debts would have to be severely cut or the bail-out loans would have to be increased. 3 months ago, European Union and the IMF agreed to an aid of EUR109B. But it seems that the aid would have to baloon to EUR444B.

    So amidst all the debt crisis, investors feared a financial meltdown but the market did exactly the opposite. On 3 October, stocks plunged to a 1 year new lows. But since then, the market had performed positively!

    I think that it is just a postponement of the inevitable. The crisis is still looming large, the leaders are still in negotiation on the bailout plan and despite meetings being scheduled to address the financial issues of the euro zone members, the outcome of the meetings is filled with uncertainties.

    Question of the day - Can France and Germany agree on a eurozone rescue plan??

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    Economic events are extremly important because they have direct impact on the Forex market... so it is very important to follow the rules.. and not only your country news.. but the world news.. !

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