EUR/USD News, Page 1

  • EUR/USD
    1.1651
    -0.0071(-0.6082%)
    23:32:54(GMT)|Real-Time Data, Currency in EUR
    • Open
      1.1722
      Bid/Ask
      1.1645/1.1656
    • Day's Range
      1.1646 - 1.1733
      Symbol
      EURUSD
    • Class
      forex
  • Forex Markets

    Dollar Index Boosted by Weaker Euro, Gains Limited by Surge in Yen

    The U.S. Dollar finished mixed against individual currencies last week, but because of the weighting, the Dollar Index finished higher for the week. The Euro represents 57.6% of the index, the Japanese Yen 13.6%, the British Pound 11.9%, the Canadian Dollar 9.1%, the Swedish Krona 4.2% and the Swiss Franc

  • Weekly Forex Technical Analysis

    UK GDP, Carney and Powell to Drive the GBP and USD

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning was on the lighter side, limited to inflation figures out of Japan.For the Japanese Yen, it was another soft inflation number, with the Tokyo Core CPI rising by 0.5% in May, year-on-year, the annual rate of core inflation

  • Currencies

    U.S. Dollar Retreats After Trump Calls Off North Korean Summit

    The U.S. Dollar closed lower against a basket of currencies on Thursday, losing ground to most majors. The Greenback fell after U.S. President Donald Trump called off a summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.June U.S. Dollar Index futures settled at 93.701, down 0.217 or -0.23%.Daily June U.S.

  • GBP/USD daily chart, May 24, 2018

    UK Retail Sales, Carney and ECB Minutes Put the GBP and EUR in Focus

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning was limited to April trade data out of New Zealand.For the Kiwi Dollar, April’s monthly trade balance was a surplus of NZ$263m, which was lower than the average monthly surplus in the last five April months (NZ$344), with

  • GBP/USD daily chart, May 07, 2018

    Inflation and FOMC Minutes to Drive the GBP and USD

    Earlier in the Day:Key economic data released through the Asian session this morning was limited to 1st quarter construction work figures out of Australia and prelim May manufacturing PMI numbers out of Japan.For the Japanese Yen, the Manufacturing PMI stood at 52.5 in May, according to prelim figures, falling short

  • global stocks

    Global Stocks Mostly Higher; US Dollar, Oil and Italy in Focus

    The Italian Election has delivered a Coalition Government that “will put Italian national interests first”. This is creating a tension with the EU as the new government has proposed billions of euro in tax cuts, increased social welfare payments and scrapping pension reform, all of which would break the fiscal

  • Friday Support and Resistance Levels – December 15, 2017

    BoE Governor Carney and the GBP in Focus

    Earlier in the Day:It was a particularly quiet Asian session on the economic data front, with no material stats released, leaving the markets to consider current positions and what lies ahead, with a mass of central bankers scheduled to speak, non-voting members Harker and Kashkari having shared their relatively dovish

  • U.S. Dollar

    U.S. Dollar Index Pressured by Stronger Commodity-Linked Currencies

    The U.S. Dollar rose against a basket of currencies early Monday as investors digested the outcome of the trade talks between the United States and China, which ended in a stalemate, but essentially was a truce between the two economic powerhouses. Traders said the buying may have been fueled by

  • Equity Markets and USD Rise as US Could Tolerate NAFTA Deadline in 2019 for the Right Deal

    Equity Markets and USD Rise as US Could Tolerate NAFTA Deadline in 2019 for the Right Deal

    US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin gave an interview on NAFTA over the weekend where he said that President Trump is “more determined to have a good deal than he’s worried about any deadline”. He spoke about the US acceptance of the deadline slipping into 2019 once the right deal for

  • dollar usd

    Kiwi Dollar Slides again, with Geo-politics in Focus Ahead of a Busy Week

    Earlier in the Day:It’s a relatively quiet start to the week, with Asian stats in focus today, economic data released through the Asian session including 1st quarter retail sales figures out of New Zealand and Japan’s all important April trade figures.For the Kiwi Dollar, it was yet another disappointment, with

  • U.S. Dollar Bolstered by Upbeat Outlook for World’s Largest Economy

    The U.S. Dollar put in a stellar performance against a basket of major currencies last week, bolstered by solid U.S. economic data, rising U.S. Treasury yields and a weak performance in the Euro.Last week, June U.S. Dollar Index futures hit a five-month high and finished the week with five consecutive

  • EUR/USD weekly chart, May 21, 2018

    The Week Ahead – Geo-Politics and the FED in Focus

    On the MacroFor the Dollar, With U.S retail sales and hawkish FOMC member commentary contributing to the Dollar rally last week, it’s May’s prelim private sector PMI numbers on Tuesday, the FED meeting minutes on Wednesday and April durable goods orders on Thursday that will be in focus, though the

  • U.S. Dollar Index

    Dollar Index Supported by Rising Rates, Capped by Firm Euro

    U.S. Dollar Index futures are trading slightly lower on Friday, while continuing to hover around a five-month high hit earlier in the week. The Greenback was buoyed by a rise in U.S. Treasury yields that indicates the economy is heating up, raising expectations for further rate hikes later this year.At

  • usd

    Japan Inflation Slows, as Focus Shifts to FOMC Member Commentary

    Earlier in the Day:It was a relatively quieter day through the Asia session this morning, with economic data limited to April inflation figures out of Japan.April’s annual core rate of inflation stood at 0.7%, falling short of a forecasted 0.8%, whilst easing from March’s 0.9%, with headline consumer inflation falling

  • UK EU

    Reports UK is Prepared to Stay Within EU Customs Union Send GBP Higher

    The Government agreed on a new “backstop” earlier this week to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland. This came after rejecting earlier EU proposals ahead of the looming June deadline. This was despite objections from Foreign Secretary Johnson and Environment Secretary Gove. GBP has rallied well and

  • Brexit News Drives Sterling, as U.S – China Trade Talks Begin

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning included New Zealand’s 1st quarter producer price figures, April CAPEX figures out of Japan and Australia’s all-important April employment numbers.For the Kiwi Dollar, 1st quarter producer input prices rose by 0.6%, coming in ahead of a forecasted 0.3%

  • uncertainty

    Market Snapshot – US Futures Slightly Higher, US Dollar Soars to 2018 High

    Rise in UncertaintyAccording to reports, talks between North and South Korea have been canceled for now, which brings in some jitters into the market. The market is looking around for some fundamental drivers as the dollar continues to gain in strength on rising bond yields.US futures are trading slightly higher

  • goldusd

    US Dollar Strength Leads Currencies to Break Key Levels, Gold Tumbles Below $1300

    Japanese GDP fell to -0.2% from 0.0% expected for the quarterly Q1 figure and -0.6% from 0.0% expected for the yearly figure. This drop was forecasted, with an expectation for a recovery to higher numbers going forward into Q2. USDJPY didn’t react much and is still trading in the same

  • dollar usd

    Japanese Economy Slumps as the Dollar Roars

    Earlier in the Day:Economic data released through the Asian session this morning included Japan’s 1st quarter GDP and March finalized industrial production figures, together with 1st quarter wage growth and May consumer sentiment numbers out of Australia.For the Japanese Yen, the economy contracted for the first time in 4 years

  • Asian Stocks Mostly Lower;

    Asian Stocks Mostly Lower; Chinese Retail Sales Data Registers Lowest Reading in Over a Decade

    They believe that China is unable to meet the US request to reduce its trade surplus “by $200B by 2020 without causing significant disruptions to its economy”. They also believe that this measure would be incompatible with the Chinese government’s policy objectives. Chinese Retail sales were released earlier at 9.4%,

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EURUSD
EUR/USD
1.1649
-0.0074
-0.63%
GBPUSD
GBP/USD
1.3297
-0.0084
-0.63%
XAUUSD
Gold
1300.9
-3.0600
-0.23%
CL
Crude Oil
67.505
-3.1650
-4.48%
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S&P 500
2721.0
-8.2500
-0.3%
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DAX 30
12929.0
+6.5000
+0.05%
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