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EUR/JPY in focus ahead of BoJ, ECB

Updated  Jan 22, 2018 1:10:44 PM

The Bank of Japan and European Central Bank are both scheduled to announce their latest monetary policy decisions this week – on Tuesday and Thursday, respectively. EUR/JPY will therefore be a logical focus of currency markets this week just as global central bankers, finance ministers, top government officials and business leaders will meet in Davos, Switzerland for the highly anticipated World Economic Forum. Up first will be the Bank of Japan, which issues its interest  [...] Continue Reading ...

The Week Ahead: Key Central Bank Decisions (BoJ, ECB) in Focus

Updated  Jan 19, 2018 1:24:22 PM

The past week featured some key economic events, including the Bank of Canada’s interest rate and policy decision, and Australia’s latest employment data release. Stealing the limelight from these events, however, was drama surrounding a possible US government shutdown if lawmakers fail to reach an agreement by Friday night, as well as a sharp plunge in the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies due to reports of tightening regulations in Asia. Bank of Canada On  [...] Continue Reading ...

The Week Ahead: Weak USD, Strong EUR, and BoC-Driven CAD in Focus

Updated  Jan 12, 2018 1:31:49 PM

The latter half of the past week saw a resumption of pronounced bearish sentiment hit the US dollar once again, as concerns over persistently weak US inflation (reinforced by lagging producer price data), strength in the euro, and rumors of China rethinking its US debt purchases helped lead to a sharp, extended sell-off for the greenback. While the very beginning of the year showed early signs that the dollar might stage a comeback after an  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY bounces from key support line after ECB minutes

Updated  Jan 11, 2018 2:46:02 PM

Thursday morning’s release of the ECB monetary policy meeting accounts, or the minutes from the European Central Bank’s last meeting in December, prompted a surge for the euro on speculation surrounding potentially tighter monetary policy in the eurozone. ECB officials discussed reduction of the central bank’s massive bond purchasing program but also focused on interest rates, which has led to increased market expectations that tighter ECB policy might be on the horizon amid strong European  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/JPY extends fall from highs as euro stumbles, yen surges

Updated  Jan 9, 2018 3:58:24 PM

Amid the euro’s pullback this week from long-term highs against both the US dollar and Japanese yen, the Bank of Japan reduced its purchases of Japanese government bonds on Tuesday, leading to some knee-jerk speculation that the central bank could wind down its massive stimulus program at some point in the foreseeable future. In turn, this speculation provided a sharp boost for the Japanese yen, despite the BoJ’s frequent insistence in the past that it  [...] Continue Reading ...

Has EUR/USD reached a turning point?

Updated  Jan 9, 2018 1:17:10 PM

EUR/USD spent much of last year in a sharp incline as optimism over European economies boosted the euro while the US dollar struggled mightily but lost substantial ground against its major counterparts. The beginning of the New Year initially saw a continuation of this strong EUR/USD bullish trend. Late last week, however, the currency pair reached major resistance just short of the 1.2100 level, re-testing September’s multi-year highs to form a potential double-topping pattern, and  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD pulls back from key resistance level ahead of US jobs data

Updated  Jan 3, 2018 4:11:02 PM

The euro clearly had a stellar year against the struggling US dollar in 2017, as was displayed by the EUR/USD rise from a low around 1.0350 in the beginning of last year up to a multi-year high just shy of 1.2100 in early September, for an overall 2017 range of approximately 17%. After hitting that high in September, the currency pair pulled back for two months between early September and early November, but then recovered  [...] Continue Reading ...

Dollar extends weakness into the New Year

Updated  Jan 2, 2018 2:12:57 PM

As the first trading day of the New Year kicked off on Tuesday, US stocks rallied on continued exuberance from a stellar 2017, but the US dollar continued to fall, extending its sharp weakness from the latter half of December. This weakness was clearly pronounced late last week near the end of December, as the US dollar index gapped down below the key 92.50 previous support level. The sustained drop in the dollar from mid-December  [...] Continue Reading ...

EUR/USD pulls back ahead of key Eurozone, US data

Updated  Nov 28, 2017 2:17:56 PM

On Tuesday, as the US dollar continued its bounce from the previous day after having slid sharply against a basket of other major currencies for the past three weeks, EUR/USD has made a modest pullback within a bullish run that began in early November. While this recent rise for the currency pair has been driven more by dollar weakness rather than euro strength, the euro has remained resilient in the face of recent political drama  [...] Continue Reading ...

The Week Ahead: US Tax Reform, Central Bank Speeches and Policy Meeting Minutes

Updated  Nov 17, 2017 1:12:36 PM

The past week saw a drop for the US dollar as concerns about whether and when a new US tax reform plan would make its way through Congress initially weighed on both US stocks and the dollar. On Thursday, however, the US House of Representatives passed its Republican tax reform bill, alleviating some of the pressure on equities and, to a lesser extent, the dollar. The US Producer Price Index for October came out on  [...] Continue Reading ...

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