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.
The EUR/GBP is pushing below the 50-day moving average following the release of higher-than-expected UK inflation data.
Futures market positioning is getting overstretched on the Euro - what could this mean for the exchange rate?
The Euro to Pound is looking increasingly bearish in the hours running up to the announcement of the European Central Bank (ECB) policy meeting decision.
Sterling is at risk from twin threats of ECB policy normalisation and Brexit uncertainty, according to a report from Jefferies International.
The Euro is rising in most pairs at the start of the new trading week as fears of a geopolitical conflagration ratchet up.
There is much chatter about a reversal in EUR/GBP in the analyst community
The effects of the latest slide in the Pound on the economy have been disappointing, says Capital Economics' Andrew Wishart, but that doesn’t mean things won’t get better in the future.
A major meeting of top central bankers in Jackson Hole Wyoming is the event on the top of everyone's agenda's today, although markets may be slightly optimisitc about the possibility of fresh information emerging, according to most analysts.
The Euro to Pound rate spiked higher on Wednesday, breaking above 0.9200 EUR/GBP, after a major European business surveyindicated a continued recovery in activity, especially in the Manufacturing sector of the region's economy.
In their search for a ready solution to the UK leaving the EU, analysts are now proposing membership of the EEA as a top option.
The Euro has generated new target levels in its major pairs after the most recent surge following the ECB rate meeting
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 Euro to Pound exchange rate has rolled at the range highs amidst a bearish consensus that the pair will go lower in the near-term.
Don’t wait to buy your Euros, as the currency is likely to get more expensive the longer you delay.
One important theme of the electron has been the so-called ‘revenge’ vote of resentful Remainers.
The Pound has proved remarkably resilient in the face of Brexit uncertainties as the strengthening economy has helped offset fears about Europe, is this set to continue?
The Pound weakened versus the Euro after the Bank of England (BOE) downgraded their forecasts for growth and this trend is expected to continue, say some analysts.
EUR/GBP is falling before tomorrow’s big event - “Super Thursday” - when the Bank of England (BOE) publish both the minutes from its meeting and its quarterly inflation report.
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