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1.0946
0.002(0.18%)

05:53:10 (GMT) | Real-Time Data, Currency in EUR

Bid/Ask
1.0945/1.0948
Open
1.0926
Day's Range
Day's Range
High
1.0949
Low
1.0926
Symbol
EURUSD
Class
forex
Group

Symbol
EURUSD
Class
forex
Group

22 hours ago

Markets Pause for Breath Ahead of Tax Reforms and a Dollar Bounce

While the markets basked in the glory of the Establishment on Monday, with global equity markets making a solid recovery, filling the Trump rally void that had seen the Dow pull back to 21,000 highs seen at the start of March, geo-political risks have yet to be completely priced out, with continued noise from North … Continue reading Markets Pause for Breath Ahead of Tax Reforms and a Dollar Bounce

Stocks Monthly News
yesterday

Favorable French Election Results Send Blue Chip Dow Up about 200 Points

U.S. stocks closed sharply higher on Monday as investors reacted to the results of the first round in the French presidential election. The price action strongly indicates that investors like the election outcome and the strong odds that centrist Emmanuel Macron will win in the second round. Currently, the polls show that Macron is an … Continue reading Favorable French Election Results Send Blue Chip Dow Up about 200 Points

Market Snapshot
2 days ago

Market Snapshot – Global Stocks Rise, Safe-Haven Assets Sink, EUR Jumps in French Election Relief Rally

Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen Go to Second Round The French Elections failed to follow in the footsteps of Britain’s EU Referendum and U.S Presidential Election last year, with centralist and market favourite Macron taking the first round with 23.9% of the vote after 97.3% of votes counted, Le Pen coming in second with … Continue reading Market Snapshot – Global Stocks Rise, Safe-Haven Assets Sink, EUR Jumps in French Election Relief Rally

2 days ago

Macron Flicks on the Risk Switch with the EUR on the Bounce

The French Elections failed to follow in the footsteps of Britain’s EU Referendum and U.S Presidential Election last year, with centralist and market favourite Macron taking the first round with 23.9% of the vote after 97.3% of votes counted, Le Pen coming in second with 21.4% of the vote. There will be plenty of relief … Continue reading Macron Flicks on the Risk Switch with the EUR on the Bounce

3 days ago

French Vote With Euro in the Balance

The French elections are just about to conclude and this is the first round of the Presidential elections and the 2 winners from this round will go into a final vote that is scheduled to take place on May 7. This is an important election not only for the French but its impact could affect … Continue reading French Vote With Euro in the Balance

3 days ago

Make or Break for the Euro

The Euro closed higher last week against the major currencies ahead of one of the biggest political events of the year and the question is what now for the European currency? Never has there been such controversy surrounding a French presidential election and with an array of candidates with such different policies, there may be some … Continue reading Make or Break for the Euro

5 days ago

An End to a Week. The EUR in Focus with an Eye on the Pound

It’s likely to be a relatively quiet day in Europe in the day ahead, with the French elections on Sunday now centre stage for the markets, before shifting focus to noise from the Oval Office and the prospects of a 2nd attempt at repealing Obamacare, tax reforms and a lifting in the U.S debt ceiling, … Continue reading An End to a Week. The EUR in Focus with an Eye on the Pound

Market Snapshot
6 days ago

Market Snapshot – Global Stocks Higher, Oil Rebounds

Global Stocks Higher on French Polls Eurozone stock markets are moving higher, with France outperforming as latest opinion polls show Macron extending his lead ahead of Sunday’s first round of the Presidential election, although given the unreliability of recent opinion polls, this remains a four-way race that could still go either way. For now, though … Continue reading Market Snapshot – Global Stocks Higher, Oil Rebounds

6 days ago

EURUSD Skyrockets In Active Trading

The EURUSD pair had a very active morning today as the pair moved from the low 1.0700s towards the 1.0750 region. Though a lot of traders were expecting to see some strong selling in this region, the pair has been able to overcome the selling in this region so far and trades comfortably above 1.0750 … Continue reading EURUSD Skyrockets In Active Trading

Crude Oil Bearish
6 days ago

Surprise Build in Gasoline Inventories Sinks Crude Oil

U.S. West Texas Intermediate and internationally-favored Brent crude oil plunged over 3.5% on Wednesday after the U.S. government reported a smaller-than-expected drop in overall crude stocks and an alarming build in gasoline inventories. The news raised concerns about the global supply glut. June WTI crude oil settled lower at $50.85, down $2.00 or -3.78%, the … Continue reading Surprise Build in Gasoline Inventories Sinks Crude Oil

8 days ago

Dollar Weakness Prevails as the Market’s Hit Pause

We may have expected a move through the European open this morning, but alas, the Dollar is treading water with the Dollar Spot Index flat at the time of the report. It’s not completely risk off with the Yen in positive territory against the Dollar and the EUR holding its ground, geo-political risk continuing to … Continue reading Dollar Weakness Prevails as the Market’s Hit Pause

8 days ago

Morning Market Update – Greenback in Trouble

So Far The US dollar seems to be in trouble for the day as the United States Total Net TIC Flows dropped down from a previous score of $110.4B to $19.3B in February. However, the United States Net Long-Term TIC Flows rose to $53.4B in February from a previous score of $6.3B. Fed’s Vice Chairman … Continue reading Morning Market Update – Greenback in Trouble

9 days ago

The Dollar Continues to Soften Following Solid Chinese GDP

The dollar continues to trade under pressure, led by USD/JPY, which is down for the fifth day out of the last six trading days. The pair logged a fresh four-month low at 108.13 during a thin Asian session, following the stronger than expected Chinese GDP data. All the main European centers are closed today for … Continue reading The Dollar Continues to Soften Following Solid Chinese GDP

US Dollar Index
9 days ago

Risk Off- France, North Korea, Trump and the Dollar in Focus

It’s a quiet day for the markets with Easter Monday leaving trading volumes on the lighter side, European markets closed through the day. There’s been plenty of noise over North Korea, with sensitivity firmly in place through the long weekend, noise from the Oval office at a whisper, which had left sentiment on the defensive … Continue reading Risk Off- France, North Korea, Trump and the Dollar in Focus

Wall Street
11 days ago

U.S. Markets Closed, but Retail Sales, Consumer Inflation Disappoint

Trading was light on Friday due to the observance of Good Friday. The major commodity exchanges were closed and bank holidays took place in all of the major countries. There were a few economic reports with the major ones coming from the U.S. From east to west, Japan issued revised industrial production data. It came … Continue reading U.S. Markets Closed, but Retail Sales, Consumer Inflation Disappoint

The Election in France
13 days ago

Vive la France! The Election and the Euro

Unless one candidate can garner more than 50% of the vote in the first round of elections, French voters will go to the polls twice to elect their new leader.  The two candidates that score the most votes will go head to head for the top spot on the leadership podium on May 7.  France … Continue reading Vive la France! The Election and the Euro

13 days ago

Dollar Licks Its Wounds

We have seen the dollar recover a bit since the morning yesterday after it got battered overnight due to comments from Trump and his team Trump had said that he prefers to see low interest rates in the US which is a clear signal that he is likely to pack the Fed with dovish members. … Continue reading Dollar Licks Its Wounds

14 days ago

The EUR Bouncing, With UK Employment, Carney and GBP in Focus

So, the war mongers and the market bears will be somewhat disappointed with how the markets have brushed aside a nuclear threat from North Korea and, perhaps worse, Trump’s affirmation that there will be no ground war with Syria. We’re not seeing a recovery rally just yet, with anxiety still lingering over the Tillerson meeting … Continue reading The EUR Bouncing, With UK Employment, Carney and GBP in Focus

Market Technical Analysis - EUR/USD, GOLD, AUD/NZD
16 days ago

The Euro Hits 4-week Low Following Mixed Sentiment Data

Asian stock markets moved higher, with Japan and Australia’s ASX leading the way, while Hang Seng and CSI are narrowly mixed. A weaker Yen is helping Japanese markets as investors assess the impact of Friday’s disappointing U.S. jobs report for the Fed outlook and ahead of earnings reports from U.S. banks this week. U.S. stock … Continue reading The Euro Hits 4-week Low Following Mixed Sentiment Data

19 days ago

Trump and Carney in the Spotlight- Focus on the Dollar and the Pound

It’s not been a quiet week in the markets, with the markets having had to decipher the latest FOMC meeting minutes and implications, Trump’s meeting with Chinese Premier Xi, ECB monetary policy, a busier economic calendar and in case that’s not enough, U.S military action on Syria on Thursday. U.S military strikes have muddied the … Continue reading Trump and Carney in the Spotlight- Focus on the Dollar and the Pound

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