Forex Links for the Weekend – March 14 2009

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Here are some very interesting reads that I’ve gathered this week from blog / sites that I like and read regularily:

  • FX360 talks about the G20 summit in Sussex, reviewing past G20 and G7 meetings.
  • Lena seeks a breakout in the most popular pair, EUR/USD.
  • FX Instructor makes a good technical summary on the same pair: EUR/USD, in the past week.
  • James Chen with an excellent analysis on the hot currency pair of this week: USD/CAD that made a false break.
  • Market Skeptics  on the key differences between the great depression and the current global crisis.
  • Forex blog  on China being nervous about US treasuries. It helps understand the dangers for the US dollar coming from China.
  • Kathy Lien talks about a global Forex War following the SNB’s decision to intervene in the forex market.
  • Forex Articles offers a free 4-part forex course for you to check out.

Of course, there are lots more interesting posts / articles that have been published this week. These are the ones that I liked most, and that have more than a daily scope.

Enjoy, and have a great weekend!

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