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EUR/JPY could extend breakdown on euro “overshoot” and rising risk concerns

Updated  Aug 17, 2017 1:46:23 PM


Thursday’s release of minutes from July’s European Central Bank policy meeting resulted in a knee-jerk fall for the euro, as concerns were expressed over the possibility of the common currency “overshooting.” These concerns by the central bank are well-warranted, as the euro has risen on a steep trajectory against its major counterparts since April of this year. At the same time, while geopolitical risks have been muted for the time being after the recent nuclear  [...] Continue Reading ...


Will a potential dollar recovery signal an end to the EUR/USD rally?

Updated  Aug 15, 2017 1:27:35 PM


As the US dollar has cautiously begun what ultimately may become a bottoming-out and recovery after a prolonged period of weakness, the strong EUR/USD rally since the beginning of the year has begun to show some cracks this month. Since early August, EUR/USD has come down off its multi-year high just above 1.1900 and has formed a clear consolidation pattern for the past two weeks. This consolidation is roughly bounded by the 1.1700 level to  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD in pullback mode ahead of FOMC

Updated  Jul 26, 2017 1:17:23 PM


EUR/USD pulled back towards the 1.1600 level early on Wednesday, ahead of the potentially pivotal Fed statement to be issued later in the day at the conclusion of this week’s two-day FOMC meeting. The currency pair pulled back as the embattled dollar attempted yet another relief rally in its struggle to rebound since the beginning of this week. At this point, recent market expectations that the Fed will continue to sound dovish regarding interest rates  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD at a crossroads between 1.1300 and 1.1600 ahead of key ECB decision

Updated  Jul 17, 2017 4:22:57 PM


The US dollar took a breather and was little changed on Monday after having been pressured for much of last week due to dovish signals emanating from key Federal Reserve speakers, including Chair Janet Yellen. Those dovish indications have come at a time when concerns about low inflation in the U.S. have already begun to erode expectations of an aggressive pace of monetary policy tightening by the Fed. The resulting pressure on the dollar last  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY poised to move in the week ahead amid central bank decisions

Updated  Jul 14, 2017 1:42:18 PM


After rallying sharply for the past month, EUR/JPY only began to pull back this week as the battered yen made a modest bounce. Prior to this yen bounce, the Japanese currency had been heavily pressured due to a still-dovish Bank of Japan (BoJ), as well as low safe-haven demand for the Japanese yen amid a prolonged risk-on market environment. Meanwhile, the euro has remained well-supported since April on rising speculation that the European Central Bank  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD remains in strong uptrend ahead of Fed decision

Updated  Jun 13, 2017 3:40:00 PM


A day before the Federal Reserve is slated to announce its latest monetary policy stance after concluding a two-day FOMC meeting, the US dollar continued to trade in an anticipatory holding pattern but has remained relatively pressured. For at least the past month, the dollar has been weighed down heavily against the euro, among other currencies, as relatively weaker-than-expected economic data has lowered expectations of aggressive policy tightening by the Fed after the highly-anticipated June  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD approaching potential breakout level ahead of ECB

Updated  Jun 6, 2017 4:20:00 PM


A heavily pressured US dollar that has suffered from lackluster US economic data of late, most notably weaker-than-expected job creation numbers last week, has helped contribute to a well-supported and rising EUR/USD. Alongside dollar weakness, of course, has been a strengthening euro that has been boosted by generally rising economic growth prospects in Europe. These rising prospects will play a key role in how the European Central Bank (ECB), which announces its monetary policy decision  [...] Continue Reading ...


NFP reaction: Weak US jobs report/revisions hit dollar, boost gold

Updated  Jun 2, 2017 10:30:00 AM


Similar to what happened with US jobs data in March, a stellar ADP private employment number for May did not foretell an optimistic non-farm payrolls (NFP) outcome. The headline NFP reading for job creation in May came out on Friday a substantial disappointment at 138,000 jobs added against a prior consensus forecast of around 180,000. Additionally, revisions for previous months further weighed on the overall employment picture – March’s very weak 79,000 jobs added (previously  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD attempts continuation of sharp uptrend ahead of NFP, ECB

Updated  May 31, 2017 2:05:00 PM


This week’s EUR/USD rebound off the key 1.1100-area support has tentatively salvaged the steep uptrend that has been in place since early April. The EUR/USD pullback last week and early this week as the US dollar regained some footing was short-lived. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the dollar fell back once again and EUR/USD made some significant strides, approaching last week’s year-to-date high around 1.1267 at one point on Wednesday. As a result of this rebound,  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/GBP’s sharp ascent stalls at major resistance zone

Updated  May 23, 2017 3:10:00 PM


The sharp rise in the euro for the past two weeks has been fueled by several factors, including the dissipation of political risk after the euro-supporting French elections in early May, general improvements in eurozone economic data, and rising inflation readings within the euro area. In turn, these conditions have raised speculation that the European Central Bank may begin to tighten monetary policy sooner rather than later, which boosts the outlook for the shared currency.  [...] Continue Reading ...


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