The Euro to US Dollar exchange rate has been correcting back further after comments from European Central Bank (ECB) officials stated that the strengthening currency might pose a risk to growth.
EUR/USD continues rallying higher as recent data has been positive for the Euro-area whislt increasing geopolitical risks have weighed on the Dollar.
US Inflation slowed in July according to data released by the US commerce department on Friday.
The Euro to US Dollar exchange rate is likely to continuing rising but it may struggle above 1.20 due to the probable intervention of the European Central Bank (ECB), according to analysis from Commerzbank.
The Euro to US Dollar pair appears to have peaked and potentially rolled over after strong employment data in the previous week showed strong job gains in July.
The rallying Euro has appreciated almost 10% in the last 12 months, now some are saying that the rise may hve become a headwind to the recovery.
The Dollar is on the rise after Non-Farm Payrolls smashed expectations on Friday
The Euro to US Dollar continues rallying as we start the new trading week, and has now achieved new yearly highs of 1.1777.
The Dollar is at risk of weakening during the late summer as US political and geopolitical risks ratchet up, says Bank of America’s FX strategist David Woo.
The Euro has generated new target levels in its major pairs after the most recent surge following the ECB rate meeting
Six reasons why the Euro is set to rise to 1.20 against the US Dollar and 1.0 against the Pound this year.
The Euro has rallied notably higher against the US Dollar, reaching the 1.1550s in its latest up-move. It can deliver more gains says one analyst.
The Euro appears to be strengthening against its major counterparts after the release of ZEW economic sentiment data, despite the gauge showing a modest fall compared to analysts’ expectations and the previous month’s result.
There is a risk the Euro could weaken in the run up to the ECB’s rate meeting next Thursday, and possibly afterwards, according to analysts at Nomura.
The Dollar lost ground on Friday after both inflation and retail sales disappointed
A fall in the value of German Bunds has widely been cited as the key driver behind the latest bout of Euro strength. Where next for Bunds then?
The Dollar is likely to lose ground over the medium-term after the other main G10 central banks rotate their policy stance and became more hawkish, according to analysis by IB TD Securities.
The Dollar Index, a composite of the Dollar versus a basket of currencies, traded higher, and then lower following the release of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes on Wednesday, due to the central bank's mixed messages.
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