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EUR/JPY maintains strength ahead of BoJ, ECB

Updated  Apr 26, 2017 3:20:00 PM

With the first round of last Sunday’s French presidential election fading into the background and pro-euro candidate Emmanuel Macron still heavily favored to win the presidency in early May, the euro has managed to retain most of its recent gains, especially against the Japanese yen. EUR/JPY rose to hit a key historical support/resistance level around 122.00 on Wednesday after having gapped up in the aftermath of Sunday’s French vote outcome, as the euro surged in  [...] Continue Reading ...

Continued Macron relief rally helps boost EUR/USD to extended 5-month high

Updated  Apr 25, 2017 2:40:00 PM

After centrist Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the first round of the French presidential elections on Sunday, the euro gapped up sharply against its major rivals, including the US dollar. Key to that substantial gap was the fact that the pro-euro Macron succeeded in garnering the additional support and endorsement of his former challengers, including both conservative Francois Fillon and Socialist Benoit Hamon. Therefore, despite anti-euro Marine Le Pen also advancing to the final round in  [...] Continue Reading ...

Macron/Le Pen win French election first round – euro surges

Updated  Apr 23, 2017 7:30:00 PM

With most of the votes for the first round of the French presidential election reported late on Sunday, the outcome has emerged very much as pre-vote polling had suggested. Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen have been voted through to advance to the second and final round of voting, set for May 7th. Though it was a close race to the very end, first round votes eliminated both the conservative candidate Francois  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY braces for French election 1st round

Updated  Apr 21, 2017 12:50:00 PM

The long-awaited French presidential election kicks off on Sunday, pitting four main adversaries against each other in a heated first-round battle. The four primary candidates span the political spectrum, but the market impacts of their successes or failures on Sunday will be tied indelibly to their policy stances on French participation in the European Union and euro currency. One of the key potential market impacts to watch for after the votes are counted will be  [...] Continue Reading ...

Euro still resilient despite looming French election risk

Updated  Apr 20, 2017 1:50:00 PM

With just three days before the potentially pivotal first round of the heated French presidential election on Sunday, April 23rd, a resilient euro appears rather oblivious to the risks imposed by the two fiercely anti-EU candidates – Marine Le Pen and Jean-Luc Melenchon. This may be partly due to the narrowly higher poll-standings of centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron, who has portrayed himself as a strong supporter of French participation in the European Union and euro  [...] Continue Reading ...

French election drama heats up amid tight four-candidate race

Updated  Apr 18, 2017 1:30:00 PM

The heated battle for the French presidency has quickly transformed from a tight race among three primary candidates – the centrist Emmanuel Macron, far-right Marine Le Pen, and conservative Francois Fillon – to a four-way contest that adds far-left candidate Jean-Luc Melanchon. The first round of the election is set for this Sunday, April 23rd. If the results of that round fail to show a majority winner, as is expected to be the case, the  [...] Continue Reading ...

French Election Overview and Potential Euro Impact

Updated  Apr 5, 2017 1:40:00 PM

For several months now, financial markets have harbored increasing concerns over the future political direction of the European Union’s member-nations. Chief among these concerns has been the rise of intense nationalist sentiment led by often-charismatic leaders with distinctly anti-globalist views. Perhaps nowhere have these worries been more keenly felt recently than in France, where the upcoming election will present a pivotal test of European unity. The strong wave of political and economic nationalism in Europe  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/GBP languishes near key support after risk shifts from UK to EU

Updated  Apr 3, 2017 4:30:00 PM

Sterling fell across the board early on Monday due in part to key manufacturing data from the UK that fell short of expectations. The UK’s manufacturing PMI for March came in at 54.2, which still represents an expansion, but fell below expectations for 55.1 and slightly below the previous month’s result. Since Wednesday of last week, however, when Article 50 formally launched the process of separation (Brexit) between the UK and European Union, the pound  [...] Continue Reading ...

Pressured EUR/USD braces for data-heavy week

Updated  Apr 3, 2017 1:05:00 PM

EUR/USD continued to be pressured on Monday – extending the US dollar rebound that has been in place since early last week – ahead of major economic data and events coming out of the US in the week ahead. EUR/USD’s sharp breakdown for the past week has pared, by more than half, its recent rise during most of March, when the dollar had been pulling back substantially. With the dollar currently in rebound mode, this  [...] Continue Reading ...

Currency market trends into Q2

Updated  Mar 31, 2017 2:00:00 PM

It has been a rather tumultuous first quarter of 2017 as major global themes have taken root, potentially setting the stage for currency market trends into Q2 and the rest of the year. Trump Perhaps most notable of these themes has been a rocky start to the new Trump Administration. From allegations of Trump’s Russian ties to the tentative failure in repealing/replacing Obamacare, President Trump’s performance well within his first 100 days in office has  [...] Continue Reading ...

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