Monthly Archives: April 2014
Euro nurses losses after soft German inflation, yen eyes BOJ

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The euro nursed broad losses early on Wednesday, having been put under pressure by soft German inflation numbers while the yen stayed on the defensive ahead of a policy decision by the Bank of Japan. A key measure of German inflation came in at a lower-than-expected 1.1 percent on the year, raising the ...

Australia – Private Sector Credit m/m for March: +0.4% (expected is 0.4%)

Categories: All, Asia Pacific, Australian Dollar, Economic Data Tags: Australia, private sector credit Permalink

L’Officiel Thailand Releases Extremely Tasteless May Cover (Forum Buzz)

Are the people behind L’Officiel Thailand actually ignorant about the scandal the Native American headdress at the Chanel Paris-Dallas show spawned? We can't imagine what prompted them to recreate the look for the May 2014 cover, starring Thai model/actress/singer Araya A. Hargate, ...

Dollar up against euro, stung by German inflation data

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar ended five days of declines and rose against the euro on Tuesday as weaker-than-expected German inflation data drove speculation the European Central Bank may loosen monetary policy. "German April inflation surprised to the downside," said currency strategist Eric Viloria at Wells Fargo Securities. "If inflation comes in too low, that ...

Fed reviews whether stress-test ‘glitches’ occurred at more banks

Categories: All, Americas, Central Banks, Federal Reserve, Regions Tags: Fed Permalink

Jil Sander Names Rodolfo Paglialunga as Its New Creative Director
Rodolfo Paglialunga is the new creative director at Jil Sander

Image: Getty Images Musical chairs is kind of the fashion industry's steez, and no other brand can play the game like Jil Sander, whose founder has left and returned to the company a total of three times. This October, Sander announced ...

How to Pull Off the Perfect Low Braided Bun: A Tutorial

By Jenny Strebe April 29, 2014

Forex-Euro edges up ahead of inflation test, sterling supported

SYDNEY/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The euro held firm against the dollar on Tuesday after a solid performance the day before as expectations for additional stimulus from the European Central Bank waned. The common currency rose 0.1 percent to $1.3862, having pulled up from Monday's intraday low near $1.3815. The euro also rose 0.1 percent to 142.10 yen, ...

EBA stress tests show banks facing an average 21.2% loss on house prices

Categories: Economic Analysis, Economic Data, Euro, Europe, Regions Tags: bank stress tests, EBA, eu, euro Permalink

Science Has Finally Figured Out How to Make Your #Selfies Super Popular
Kris Jenner selfie duckface

With so many new #selfies posted worldwide on a minute-by-minute basis, how can you tell whether yours will have a lasting impact? Image: WENN.com On this earth, we are but mortals, but on the Internet we could live foreevverr. Death is ...

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