EUR/USD continues rallying despite signs the exchange rate may be overvalued.
EUR/USD has broken above the key psychological 1.10 handle and this has led many market operators to see a more substantial longer-term trend higher evolving, with some bank forecasters now seeing moves up to the late teens and even 1.20 eventually.
EUR/USD has surged on a combination of disappointing US economic data (USD negative) and reports the ECB might decide to wind up their QE program sooner than previously thought (EUR positive), where next for the pair?
EUR/USD looks poised to break lower after the sharp drop from the 1.1000 highs.
Could recourse to risk trends explain the EUR/USD's unintuitive behaviour following Macron's win?
EUR/USD has fallen – remarkably - even after the Euro-supportive candidate, Emmanuelle Macron, won the French presidential election.
The number of people gaining employment in the US rose by a higher-than-expected 211k in April according to a report from the Bureau of Labour Statistics,
The Eurozone economy is playing catch up with the US economy, with important implications for EUR/USD, argues Westpac’s Richard Franulovich, in a note seen by Pound Sterling Live.
The USD Index dipped 0.08% after the release of manufacturing and inflation data which undershot expectations on Monday.
Fears that the Federal Reserve (Fed) could scrap plans to raise interest rates by a quarter of a percent in June are exaggerated, says Nordea Bank’s Johnny Bo Jakobsen, in a note seen by Pound Sterling Live.
At the start of the new trading week, we focus in on the ambiguous technical picture displayed by the Euro to US Dollar pair in an attempt to make some sense of it and forecast future direction.
EUR/USD is still in a long-term downtrend regardless of its short-term recovery.
TD Securities have released their latest set of forecasts in which they have promulgated their FX vision for the next two years.
US tax cuts are likely to come with a hefty price tag, which will eventually weigh on the Dollar, argues HSBC’s David Bloom.
The outlook for the Euro against two of its major counterparts is looking ever more positive, says Helaba economic advisory service’s Ralf Umlauf.
The Euro is set to gain ground versus the Dollar and rise to 1.2000 by the end of 2017, forecasts HSBC’s Chief FX Strategist David Bloom.
With the start of a new trading week, we take stock of the EUR/USD exchange rate and discuss possible options for its evolution.
The intraday trend has changed as the four-hour chart shows a healthy rising sequence of peaks and troughs.
The rise of the communist candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon has been the biggest surprise of the end-game in the French presidential election.
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