The US Dollar rose over a third of a percent on Friday after US lawmakers approved a multi-trillion Dollar budget which gives Republicans the opportunity to rewrite the tax code, without a single Democrat vote.
The Euro will rise despite probable attempts by the European Central Bank (ECB's) to keep it down, says Société Générale's (SocGen's) Chief Global Strategist Kit Juckes, although other analysts don't agree.
The Euro-US Dollar is recovering after a move lower in the first half of October, but can the recovery survive and prosper back above 1.2000 or might political uncertainty push the Euro back down again?
There is a chance the Euro-to-US Dollar pair may be about to turn and move higher, says Forex.com’s Fawad Razaqzada.
The Euro-to-US Dollar could extend its short-term bearish bias if data from the US continues to favour more Dollar strength, whilst the Euro is vulnerable to a monetary policy U-turn by the European Central Bank (ECB).
Political machinations in Europe and labour data in the US are likely to be the primary drivers of the Euro to US Dollar pair in the coming week.
A rough sketch proposal of tax cuts - or 'reforms' - has been presented by the US adminstration, now analysts are estimating its expected impact on the Dollar.
Italian Lender Unicredit have been taken by surprise by the rebound in the US Dollar, says the bank's Co-Head of Strategy Research & Head of FX Strategy Research, Dr. Vasileios Gkionakis.
The Euro-to-US Dollar rate could be pressured lower due to inefficiencies in the foreign exchange forward contract market, says Commerzbank analyst Ulrich Leuchtmann.
EUR/USD will weaken and GBP/USD will follow it lower, forecasts Societe Generale's Chief Global FX Strategist, Kit Juckes.
The Dollar Index, which is the Dollar averaged against a trade weighted basket of counterparts has bounced strongly in recent weeks.
The Euro-to-US Dollar pair is stubbornly clinging onto the 1.2000 ledge despite attempts by Dollar bulls to unseat it; and the pair enters the new trading week in the midst of a still-intact if mature uptrend.
The Dollar rose a cent against the Euro after yesterday’s FOMC but those hoping for a reversal of the trend and a major recovery may be disappointed.
The bar has been set very high for US Dollar gains in response to the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday, which forms the key event for the USD this week.
The Euro to US Dollar pair is correcting back in the midst of a strong uptrend as we enter a new week of trading.
The Euro to Dollar exchange rate continues to rise in a strong uptrend.
Last week Mario Draghi dismissed concerns about the impact of the appreciating Euro on the Eurozone's fragile recovery and as a consequence, the Euro rallied.
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