Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Major clash ahead

Euro Declines to Lowest in Five Weeks Before Spanish, French Debt Auctions

The euro declined to a five-week low against the dollar and the yen as Spain and France prepare to sell securities tomorrow after Italy led a slump in euro-area debt, signaling Europe’s debt crisis is spreading.
The 17-nation currency weakened for a third day after the extra yield investors demand to hold bonds from France, Belgium, Spain and Austria instead of German bunds climbed to euro-era records. The dollar rose against 15 of its 16 most-traded peers as investors sought safer assets. China’s yuan declined after the People’s Bank of China set its daily reference rate weaker for a second day, suggesting the nation won’t bow to a U.S. call for faster currency appreciation.
Comment: The world economy is clearly moving towards a major clash among the major players.

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