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EURGBP got a positive momentum following Draghi’s comments earlier today. Draghi said that &ld... [More]
The pair failed to keep the spike above 1.12 earlier today due to better than expected data from Ger... [More]
Buyers didn’t have enough momentum to push EURUSD towards August’s 2016 High (1.1365) an... [More]
Following up yesterday’s post, the pair closed below 21 EMA and it is currently testing it from below. This will be critical for both sides, bulls and bears. If price rejects ... [More]
As expected, yesterday’s session was extremely volatile and gave lots of action to day traders. The pair almost reached the psychological level of 1.13 and then collapsed.... [More]
EURUSD is struggling below 1.13 as there are no fresh event-drivers to push the pair higher. Macron’s win in the first round is positive and helps EURUSD to move on “green gro... [More]
Euro is correcting against dollar today (as well yesterday) and falling from the six-month high. Eurozone continues reporting better economic data, while US economy shows sign... [More]
Markets are discounting for a positive U.S. jobs report later today as all major indices are back again to recent highs. Economists polled by MarketWatch anticipate 185,000 ne... [More]
EURUSD is pulling back after reaching another round level 1.12. Euro records the highest level in 6 months on Dollar weakness. Dollar remains a mystery as Trump is doing busin... [More]
Euro-area inflation rebounded back to a level in line with the European Central Bank objective and indicating price growth surged, pointing towards the major debate on current... [More]

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