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Forex Trading and Currency Exchange Rates - Stocks and Commodities Nose Dive

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(Best Syndication News) The U.S. dollar gained against all major currencies today as stocks and commodities declined (see forex charts below). The earthquake in Japan today may be driving European markets lower.

World FX

The dollar gained 0.65 percent against the Aussie, 0.42 percent against the euro, 0.80 percent against the pound sterling (see one-day average chart below). The U.S. currency only gained 0.04 percent against the Japanese yen.

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Forex Trading and Currency Exchange Rates – Stock Prices and Oil Falls while Gold Silver Rise

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(Best Syndication News) The dollar gained against the yen and euro, but fell against the pound and franc (see forex charts below). Silver hit a new high while stocks throughout Europe and America fell.

Stock Market Today

Stock markets in American and most of Europe closed lower Wednesday (see stock market chart below). Markets in India, China and Japan were higher.

More than half of the Dow Jones Industrial Index constituents declined. Caterpillar Inc. (Public, NYSE:CAT) and Chevron Corporation (Public, NYSE:CVX) were the biggest losers. Both share prices continued to decline even after the markets closed.

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Forex Trading and Currency Exchange Rates – Gold and Oil fall While Stocks Bonds Advance

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(Best Syndication News) The U.S. dollar gained while the yen and Aussie fell today (see forex charts below). Most commodities were lower today with the exception of some livestock futures.

World FX

The dollar gained against nearly all major currencies today with the exception of the Canadian (see one-day average chart below). The dollar gained 0.50 percent against the euro, 0.62 percent against the Japanese yen, 0.19 percent against the pound and 0.83 percent against the Swiss franc.

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Forex Trading and Currency Exchange Rates – Stocks Rebounding while Crude and Gold Rise

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(Best Syndication News) The Australian dollar gained while the pound sterling fell against all major currencies (see forex charts below). Although stock prices declined on Monday, they showed signs of strength in Asia on Tuesday.

World FX

The dollar gained against all major currencies except against the yen (see average one-day chart below). The dollar gained 0.13 percent against the euro, 0.42 percent against the pound sterling and 0.30 percent against the franc. The U.S. currency fell 0.28 percent against the Japanese yen.

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Forex Trading and Currency Exchange Rates – Stocks lower but Gold and Oil higher

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(Best Syndication News) The dollar fell against most major currencies today with the exception of the Aussie and pound sterling (see forex tables below). Since their last settle, gold and oil futures are higher while stocks are opening lower in Asia and Europe Monday.

World FX

The dollar fell 0.03 percent to the yen, 0.06 percent, 0.06 percent against the Swiss franc and 0.04 percent against the Canadian (see one-day average chart below).

The U.S. currency gained 0.02 percent against the Aussie and pound sterling.

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