By Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist Major Currencies vs. US Dollar (% change) 30 Apr 2012 – 04 May 2012 Talking Points
- Most Major Currencies Tied to Risk Trends, Macro Trends in Focus
- Spanish, Chinese Economic Data Key to Global Growth Perceptions
- US Dollar Well-Supported on Haven Demand Amid Greece Concerns
- British Pound May Find Another Non-Event in BOE Rate Decision
- Australian Dollar Vulnerable on Jobs Data Downside Surprise Risk
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