1. Investopedia's Forex Outlook For October 2012: Introduction
  2. Investopedia's Forex Outlook For October 2012: News
  3. Investopedia's Forex Outlook For October 2012: Upcoming Events To Watch

The U.S. and Japanese economies appears to be stalling again, just as the eurozone reached a definitive agreement and Britain may finally be back on track. However, one thing is certain: Monetary policy remains loose worldwide, after the U.S. Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of Japan all introduced new stimulus packages designed to boost their respective economies.


Investopedia's Forex Outlook For October 2012: News
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