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EUR/USD pressured as dollar remains supported, French election looms

Updated  Feb 21, 2017 1:25:00 PM


A series of Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) data points was released in Europe on Tuesday, including manufacturing and services PMIs for Germany, France, and the Euro area as a whole. All of these data points showed continued economic expansion, and, with the exception of French manufacturing, showed better-than-expected improvement in economic sentiment. Meanwhile, the US dollar staged an extended rebound on Tuesday, as speculation continued to brew over a possible rate hike by the Federal  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD extends downturn amid weak Eurozone data, hawkish Yellen testimony

Updated  Feb 14, 2017 1:40:00 PM


EUR/USD continued to fall on Tuesday, extending the downturn that has been in place since the beginning of the month, amid a slew of less-than-encouraging economic data emerging from the Eurozone and the beginning of US Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s two-day testimony before the US Congress. Tuesday morning saw the release of several economic data points that disappointed expectations, most notably with respect to GDP. Euro area GDP for the last quarter of 2016 grew  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD surges on Eurozone economic data, Trump adviser comments

Updated  Jan 31, 2017 12:20:00 PM


EUR/USD surged to major resistance at the key 1.0800 level on Tuesday after several economic data points from the Eurozone showed higher-than-expected consumer inflation (CPI) for January and better GDP growth for last quarter than previously forecast. Additionally, the unemployment rates for both Germany and the Eurozone as a whole were significantly better than expected. Further boosting the EUR/USD were comments from US President Donald Trump’s top trade adviser, the National Trade Council’s Peter Navarro,  [...] Continue Reading ...


Dollar attempts to extend dominance into New Year

Updated  Jan 3, 2017 1:30:00 PM


The promise of a stronger US dollar was most recently established late in 2016 after Donald Trump’s unlikely November election victory sparked higher bond yields, and the Federal Reserve followed up in December with a well-anticipated interest rate hike. By raising rates and then further providing an accelerated tightening outlook for 2017, the Fed has effectively widened its monetary policy divergence from the generally dovish stances of other major central banks. As a result, the  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/JPY pulls back ahead of BoJ

Updated  Dec 19, 2016 3:30:00 PM


Despite pronounced euro weakness since early November, EUR/JPY has been riding a sharp rally within the past two months as the yen has staged a major pullback against all of its key currency rivals. Nowhere is this yen pullback more evident than in the USD/JPY, where recent US dollar strength has been placed in stark contrast to yen weakness, resulting in a meteoric rise for the currency pair. As for EUR/JPY, the rise has been  [...] Continue Reading ...


Market Review & Outlook: Major central bank activity to end with Bank of Japan

Updated  Dec 16, 2016 1:30:00 PM


A flurry of major central bank activity has dominated the markets in recent weeks as we approach the end of a roller-coaster year for the markets. This barrage of December policy decisions began last week with the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), Bank of Canada (BoC), and European Central Bank (ECB). The roster continued this past week with the US Federal Reserve, Swiss National Bank (SNB), and Bank of England (BoE). Finally, next week will  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/GBP continues downside bias after ECB, BoE

Updated  Dec 15, 2016 4:20:00 PM


EUR/GBP has been falling sharply since early November as the pound has gained back some traction after hitting Brexit-driven, multi-decade lows against the US dollar in October. At the same time, the euro has been weighed down by continuing economic worries in Europe and a consistently dovish European Central Bank (ECB). Both the ECB and Bank of England (BoE) have issued their latest policy decisions, and not much has changed as a result. The ECB  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD plunges towards parity on Fed rate hike outlook

Updated  Dec 15, 2016 1:00:00 PM


EUR/USD continued its plunge on Thursday, a day after the US Federal Reserve hiked interest rates by 25 basis points to 0.50%-0.75%, as widely expected. This rate increase is only the second in ten years, and follows a full year after the Fed’s new monetary tightening cycle began in December of 2015. The Fed’s rate hike this time around was strongly anticipated by the markets and was therefore not likely to trigger heightened volatility and  [...] Continue Reading ...


Fed Headlines Busy Central Bank Roster

Updated  Dec 9, 2016 1:25:00 PM


This past week launched December’s lineup of major central bank decisions with relatively uneventful statements by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and Bank of Canada (BoC), both of which kept interest rates unchanged. The RBA left its cash rate at the record low 1.50%, after having cut by 25 basis points back in July. The BoC also kept steady, leaving its overnight rate at 0.50% as it has remained for nearly a year and  [...] Continue Reading ...


EUR/USD whipsaws then plunges on mixed-to-dovish ECB message

Updated  Dec 8, 2016 11:30:00 AM


The European Central Bank (ECB) issued a somewhat surprising but rather mixed message on Thursday that led to a bit of a tailspin for the euro which quickly transformed into a steep dive for EUR/USD. The first surprise was that the central bank’s quantitative easing program consisting of extensive bond purchases will be extended for a longer-than-expected nine months – to December of 2017. The second surprise was that a firm date for a “tapering”  [...] Continue Reading ...


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