EUR/USD - Triangle breakout last week and Head & Shoulders pattern suggest further decline ahead - 18 October 2016
Last week, the U.S dollar has had its best fortnight for more than a year against a basket of currencies, as signs of continued strength in the U.S economy bolstered expectations for a Federal Reserve rate hike before year-end.
Fed Members left the market with mixed signal on interest rate hike ahead of FOMC meeting next week - 14 September 2016
The U.S dollar started the week on a negative tone against the majors after Federal Reserve governor Lael Brainard , in a speech at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs on Monday, sent a dovish message on the outlook of a near term interest rate hike in the United States.
Fed officials breathed fire into U.S dollar bulls after keeping U.S interest rate hikes alive for 2016. - 31 August 2016
Over the past few months, the Fed has been hesitant on whether to raise rates this year, keeping investors across the markets on the edge of their seat.
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Last week, the U.S. dollar was sold-off massively across the board in the wake of a more dovish than anticipated Fed policy assessment, and a more cautious path to interest rate increase for this year.
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The Single currency made a U-turn against the U.S dollar, following the ECB event on Thursday. It initially fell from $1.0970 to a low of $1.0822 after the central bank aggressively unveiled more stimulus package than expected.
Chance favours the prepared mind - 09 March 2016
The euro extended gains from last week low of $1.0822 to as high as $1.1040 post U.S. Non-farm payrolls data on last Friday, as investors were left puzzled by the mixed picture of U.S. employment data which questioned the likelihood of further interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve in 2016.
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The euro bounced off from a three weeks low of $1.0822 to $1.0985 against the U.S dollar on Friday, amid broad USD weakness following the latest string of mixed U.S data on Thursday. The greenback was hurt by poor weekly unemployment claims and services figures, suggesting that the U.S economic recovery might be stalling since the start of the year.
EUR/USD: the falling knife, nearing a temporary bottom - 02 March 2016
The euro’s squeeze against the U.S dollar has continued unabated over 3 consecutive weeks to as low as $1.0830 on Monday , with nobody willing to catch the falling knife. The recent streak of bearish Europe/German fundamentals have increased speculation that President Mario Draghi is likely to take further monetary action at the ECB policy meeting due on 10th March.
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The Single currency nose-dived this week and hit its lowest level in two weeks at $1.1070 on Thursday after the minutes of the ECB’s January monetary policy meeting indicated its willingness to act in March. In the same vein, ECB’s President Draghi, in a speech early this week, has reiterated readiness to reconsider the monetary policy stance as early as March.
The technical reasons behind the move in EUR/USD over the last two months - 16 Feb 2016
Early in February, the Single currency has picked up steam against the U.S dollar buoyed by rising concerns over the strength of the U.S economy, and the prevailing risk-off mood in the global markets with equity markets tumbling on both side of the Atlantic, together with oil prices falling deeper in the red. All these negative global sentiments have boosted the demand for the safe-haven EUR.
EUR/USD rally, too far too fast - 11 Feb 2016
The Single currency has picked up steam recently against the U.S dollar buoyed by mounting concerns over the strength of the U.S economy, and the prevailing risk-off trade in the global markets, with equity markets sinking on both sides of the Atlantic, and oil prices falling deeper in the red. All these negative global sentiments have boosted the demand for the safe-haven EUR.
EUR/USD shot up as expected, what to expect now? - 10 Feb 2016
Last week, the U.S dollar extended its sell-off against major rivals on speculation that a rate hike by the Federal Reserve in March was fading, following recent weak U.S economic fundamentals and on persistent fear of a global economic slowdown.
EUR/USD Still On Wait And See Mode, But Not For Long!! - 3 Feb 2016
The euro managed to recover ground from Friday’s low to $1.0810 and swung back sharply higher to trade around 1.0910 on Tuesday, as low-yielding common currency was back in demand following fresh sell-off in the oil prices and equities.
On the technical Side, the EURO is currently suggesting a possible bullish triangle formation ahead of FOMC meeting tonight - 27 Jan 2016
The sideways price action in the EUR/USD unfolding on the hourly chart since mid-December 2015 still looks like an Elliott wave pattern called a "contracting triangle".
EUR/USD- a possible rally above $1.1060 still on the cards, AUD/USD in free fall ! - 15 Jan 2016
Risk sentiment turned negative again on Friday amid falling equities and oil prices on mounting worries about the global economy. Safe-havens currencies have benefited the most since this week, with the Yen emerging as the top performer, while the CHF, EUR posted modest gains. On the other hand, the riskier/higher yielding currencies such as the AUD, GBP and ZAR were sold –off into the stock markets turmoil on oil and China woes.