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EUR/USD remains pressured amid euro turmoil and ahead of key US data

Updated  May 30, 2018 12:03:04 PM

As market jitters over Italy’s political turmoil partially subsided on Wednesday, both the euro and key global equity markets gained some respite from the previous day’s heavy pressures. EUR/USD bounced sharply off Tuesday’s new 10-month low of 1.1513 after reports surfaced that the two political parties currently at the center of Italian political focus would make another attempt at forming a coalition government. Coalition talks had failed over the past weekend, raising the specter of  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY tumbles to key support as Italy’s political worries intensify

Updated  May 29, 2018 1:30:33 PM

As concerns over Italy’s political turmoil intensified on Tuesday and Italian debt risks continued to rise sharply, equity markets were pummeled on the increasing likelihood of political and economic instability in the eurozone. Meanwhile, the euro currency extended its recent tumble, as might have been expected, while safe-haven assets like gold and the Japanese yen were given a strong boost. Revived worries about the future of the European bloc along with a resulting risk-off market  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD plagued by sustained dollar rally, weak euro

Updated  May 23, 2018 12:16:36 PM

On Wednesday, as markets awaited the scheduled release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last FOMC meeting, the US dollar continued to rally, hitting a new year-to-date high. Meanwhile, as the dollar maintained its rally of the past month, the euro was hit both by political and economic worries out of Italy as well fresh eurozone economic data (services and manufacturing) that largely fell short of consensus expectations. This week features releases of minutes from  [...] Continue Reading ...

Week Ahead: Central Bank Minutes and UK Data Take Center Stage

Updated  May 18, 2018 1:12:23 PM

Market action in the past week has been driven to a large extent by heightened concerns over US-China trade negotiations, an extended rise in crude oil prices, and surging bond yields that indicate persistently increasing interest rate expectations. US-China Trade Worries Conflicting reports with respect to the ongoing trade talks between China and the US have weighed on equity markets this past week. On Thursday, US President Trump expressed doubt over the potential success of  [...] Continue Reading ...

Euro and Japan GDP poised to move EUR/JPY

Updated  May 14, 2018 2:14:18 PM

With quarterly GDP readings scheduled to be released from both the euro area and Japan this week, currency market focus has shifted in part towards EUR/JPY – one of the most widely traded of the major non-USD crosses. On Tuesday morning, Eurostat will release its quarterly second-estimate, or flash, GDP reading for the euro area during the first quarter of this year. Markets are expecting +0.4% GDP growth during that time. German preliminary GDP will  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY in focus ahead of central bank decisions

Updated  Apr 24, 2018 1:59:40 PM

With both the European Central Bank (ECB) and Bank of Japan (BoJ) issuing monetary policy decisions this week, the EUR/JPY currency pair will clearly be a center of focus for FX traders. In the run-up to the ECB on Thursday and BoJ on Friday, the euro has been weak against a rebounding dollar, but strong against the yen. In contrast, the yen has weakened across the board, falling for the past month against both the  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD breaks down as dollar surges on rising yields

Updated  Apr 23, 2018 12:55:12 PM

The US dollar surged sharply on Monday, extending its week-long rebound and rally, as 10-year US Treasury bond yields rose ever closer to the heavily anticipated 3% mark. This dollar surge on higher interest rate expectations prompted several major moves in currency markets. The US dollar index broke out above a key downtrend resistance line, approaching the important 91.00 level in the process. USD/JPY broke out above the key 108.00 level. And EUR/USD dropped sharply  [...] Continue Reading ...

Week Ahead: ECB and BoJ in Focus

Updated  Apr 20, 2018 1:42:11 PM

The past week has seen a sharp rise in US Treasury yields, which has helped to fuel a US dollar rebound as well as place renewed pressure on recently rallying equity markets. Stocks began the week on a strong note, mostly driven by better-than-expected corporate earnings early in the current reporting season, which helped to extend the sharp equity rally that has been in place since early April. By late in the week, however, stocks  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD in focus ahead of CPI, Fed/ECB minutes

Updated  Apr 10, 2018 1:01:26 PM

As the US dollar has continued to struggle amid recent US economic data and global trade war concerns, EUR/USD has sustained a prolonged trading range that is not far off its January and February multi-year highs. Currently fluctuating around its key 50-day moving average, EUR/USD remains entrenched for the time being within a clear bullish trend that has been punctuated by persistently bearish dollar sentiment. That bearish sentiment was exacerbated this past Friday when the  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD may retest highs amid ECB, US jobs, tariff disputes

Updated  Mar 7, 2018 5:04:29 PM

If US and European markets have not had enough volatility to deal with this week amid the specter of possible trade wars stemming from US President Trump’s plans to impose hefty import tariffs and the European Union’s swift threats of retaliation, more potential volatility triggers are on the way. As concerns of a global trade war and likely chaos in the White House have dominated headlines, other key upcoming events have taken a back seat.  [...] Continue Reading ...

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