Tag Archive: EUR/USD

Live FX Market Analysis – 19 June 2018 (Video)

In this week’s webinar, Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discussed last week’s G7 summit, the trade spat between the US and China, the Federal Reserve decision, European Central Bank decision and upcoming Bank of England announcement, among other things. Craig…
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Investors’ Concerned By Prospect of More Tariffs

Additional tariffs trigger more risk aversion US markets are on course for another day in the red as we await the open on Tuesday, with futures down more than one percent as US President Donald Trump threatens to intensify the…
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World Cup effect weighing on volumes

World Cup effect weighing on volumes Volumes are running low confirming the World Cup effect, but the lack of any substantial data has also contributed to the downturn in volume. Equity Market Risk off sentiment continues to dog equity markets…
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Back to the drawing board 

Back to the drawing board  Despite a hawkish  Fed hike last night the USD failed to rally. Without reading too much into the usual FOMC exercise in verbal gymnastics. The USD dollar couldn’t find a grip above near-term resistance after …
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EUR/USD – Euro Edges Higher in Light Fundamentals Session

EUR/USD has posted gains in the Monday session. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.1791, up 0.19% on the day. It’s a very quiet start to the week on the release front, with no major events. On Tuesday, Germany releases ZEW…
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EUR/USD – Euro Rises to 3-Week High on Talk of Stimulus Wind-Up

EUR/USD has posted gains in the Thursday session. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.1822, up 0.40% on the day. On the release front, German Factory Orders plunged 2.5%, missing the estimate of 0.7%. In the eurozone, Revised GDP dipped…
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US equity markets defy gravity.

US equity markets defy gravity. Equity Markets US equity markets continue to defy gravity and extending the recent winning streak to four straight sessions. It was all about the financials as a series of coordinated hawkish comments from ECB members, …
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