At its three year peak of nearly 103 hit overnight, the dollar was up more than 5%, its biggest weekly gain since October 2008.Gauges of expected market swings in the euro for one month maturities edged lower. Currency swap spreads, where most of the funding pressure in dollar markets was evident, eased.FX volatility is lower and currency basis swaps are less scary for example, the situation remains stressed, said Kit Juckes, a strategist at Societe Generale in London.The euro was among the major gainers, up more than 1% to $1.0832. Sterling rose 3.3% from a 35 year low to $1.1878.are selling everything and the common thread is they just want cash, said Stuart Oakley a Singapore based executive with Nomura, who runs the bank trading with its clients.just want cash because at the end of the day, people don know where their next revenue is coming from and they got payments to meet.
Salina tried to not remember the faces of dying Marines. She treated them with the same respect she would one of her own parents as they told her stories for their own family and she held their hands. The hardest to see die were the nineteen year olds and the twenty year olds who had a full life ahead of them and then died so young.
KUHN: Japanese law still says that the emperor rules for life. Japan’s parliament gave Akihito a one off exemption, so the issue of whether future emperors can abdicate or not remains unsettled. Takeshi Hara, a political scientist at the Open University of Japan in Yokohama, argues that another big problem is that discussing the role of the emperor in public remains a taboo in Japan..
Rapper and diehard Knicks fan Marlon Craft then joins the show. Craft talks about his debut album Mirror and what it meant to him making his first album. He talks about his rise in rap and getting love from Funk Flex. He hopeful that will change next weekend. They declared at 9 237, needing to bowl out Wests for less than 165 to win.Queanbeyan conceded with Wests 2 110 at Chisholm on Sunday.”We were a little bit stung by the loss in the one day comp,” Oakley said. ”We made the grand final last year [in the Douglas Cup] and got a bit of a touch up so those sorts of losses really hurt you so we’ve got a bit of a sting in our tail.”Memories of winning and having that memory with your mates for the rest of your life, that’s what’s going to spur me on.”Meanwhile, Tuggeranong captain Michael Wescombe had his heart in his mouth as his batting line up once again had a case of the staggers.But his side has five days before the Douglas Cup grand final to try to find some steel after stuttering to a five wicket win over Eastlake in their semi final at Stirling on Sunday.Resuming at 1 54 with just 76 runs needed for victory, Tuggies appeared to be coasting at 1 98 with Justin Haywood (54) and Michael Barrington Smith (38) before they lost four quick wickets.Blake Dean and Vinesh Bennett then guided them home and into the grand final.Wescombe said it felt like a case of deja vu after Tuggeranong lost 5 3.The skipper put the mini collapse down to ”bad batting”.”It’s something we need to fix that’s for sure,” he said.”We were doing it pretty comfortably and then Michael Barrington Smith got out, he’d been in for quite a while, and then we lost a couple of quick ones..