5/26/2011 Silver In Down Trend and Stocks Set To Go Lower Through June!


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Forex News Recap (11/16): Stocks and Commodities Face Sharp Sell Off, USD Gains


Find more News at www.fxtimes.com. Stock and commodity markets succumbed to a one-two punch as fears of emerging economies boosting interest rates to battle inflation – a development that could hurt global growth – and uncertainty about what will happen with Ireland and the EU, caused markets to sell off – first in China, but spreading to Europe and the US. With investor sentiment staggered by the news, the USD was a prime benefactor on the back of safe-haven flows. News Provided by FXTimes.com http Chief Market Analyst: Nick Nasad