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EUR / USD - The euro gained ground against the dollar Friday and is currently trading around 1.3400 while the weak growth figures in the second quarter of the Eurozone have fuelled expectations of new stimulus from the Central Bank. Preliminary data on Thursday showed that Eurozone GDP has not grown in the last three months.

The estimate was for a small increase of 0.1%. Even the German economy is set back by 0.2% in the three months to June. The weak economic data releases indicate that economic recovery in the Eurozone is still far away, which could push the ECB to boost growth with other measures in addition to cutting interest rates to record low.

NZD / USD - The New Zealand dollar ended the week slightly bearish on the greenback and is trading around 0.8490 since the demand for riskier assets is declining amid fears that the conflict between Ukraine and Russia continues to escalate.

GBP / USD - Pound has opened in the Asian market rise against the dollar and is currently trading around 1.6730. The minutes of the meetings of July of this week's Monetary Policy Committee show how they voted 9 members while maintaining the prevailing interest rates. The attention of the Governor Carney is focused on the fact that the weakness of wages continues to keep borrowing costs at record lows but also economic growth.

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GOLD - has dropped the price of gold during the Asian session and is trading at 1301.00 as the prospects for an improvement in the American economy outweigh the tensions related to the crisis in Ukraine.

CRUDE OIL - prices fall during the Asian session and is trading around 94.70 after Ukraine said it had destroyed the armored vehicles that had been seen entering the country from Russia.

WHEAT - drops the price and is trading around 544.10 as investors are considering whether the supply from the region of the Black Sea may be terminated and the consequences of the rains in Australia who had raised the crop prospects for the fourth exporting country.

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