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Currencies moved sharply in the past week. The dollar and yen fell, while the euro surged. The second Greek bailout was agreed upon. Is everything really good? I doubt it, and wrote a detailed report about the bailout and what awaits EUR/USD until the end of the quarter. You can download it for free using the form below.

I am not the only one with doubts. In this week’s links, there are quite a few skeptics as well as other forex related articles. Next week we have the might LTRO and Ben Bernanke. Enjoy the reads and have a great weekend!

You are more than welcome to download my Greek endgame report – a guide to EUR/USD until the end of March.

  • Lior Cohen  discusses the potential outcomes for gold in 2012.
  • Steen Jakobsen states that the Greek bailout plan is a bailout plan for a bailout.
  • Mish analyzes the Greek bailout and what it means for the next period.
  • Kathy Lien explains why USD/JPY can go much higher.
  • Larry Greenberg discusses the surprising rise of the euro.
  • Paul Murphy brings highlights from the Greek sustainability analysis. This didn’t stop the bailout so far, but certainly casts a heavy shadow.
  • Christian Rickens calls for Europe to admit that Greece is bankrupt.
  • Francesc Riverola reported that 1500 votes were already cast in Forex Best Awards 2012. I will be very grateful if you could vote for me.
  • Michael Greenberg reports that  Metaquotes releases Metatrader 5 Gateway to Currenex. This is another step forward for Metaqauotes, after integrating the liquidity of CitiFx.

As aforementioned, I published a detailed report about Greece, the timetable for the events and everything related to EUR/USD until the end of quarter. To download it for free, just join the newsletter below.

Here are some long term articles published this week on Forex Crunch:

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