“In all, EUR will continue to reign supreme in the absence of any evidence that the ECB is worrying about the impact of the FX appreciation on the economic outlook,” - Velentin Marinov, Credit Agricole.
Analyst Richard Perry digs into the EUR/GBP exchange rate to try and discover where this consolidating market might be headed next.
Foreign exchange analysts at global financial services provider NAB have announced an update to their forecasts for the Euro to Dollar exchange rate (EUR/USD).
Analysts at DBS believe the Euro’s strong performance in the second-quarter of 2017 is not a trick that will be easily repeated in the third-quarter.
Markets have got it wrong - a Bank of England interest rate rise will not in fact be positive for the Pound.
The Euro is showing that it is going to go higher, regardless of what policy-makers at the European Central Bank do.
Pound Sterling was seen outperforming its major rivals in mid-week trade following comments from a key Bank of England member.
An uncompromising technical assessment of the Pound suggests the period of stability seen against the Euro over recent weeks is transitory and some significantly lower levels could be tested.
Foreign exchange analysts at Danske Bank have upgraded clients with their views concerning the outlook facing the Euro.
New research from Danske Bank Markets show that projections for the main Euro exchange rate pairs have been updated. The outlook against Pound Sterling is now more constructive.
Strategists at Societe Generale have confirmed they are expecting further depreciation in the value of the Pound relative to the Euro.
The Euro has gained ground since Emmanuelle Macron's win in the French Presidential elections eased political uncertainty, this trend is likely to continue according to the investment bank.
Analysts explore the potential impacts on Pound Sterling of various outcomes to the Thursday 8 election and give estimates for where EUR/GBP will go.
Markets are too positive EUR and have turned too negative GBP; risk/reward favours short EURGBP argue analysts at Barclays.
“Once this election is over, we expect GBP to succumb to downside political, structural and cyclical drivers”
It would be unwise for those watching foreign exchange markets to believe political risks coming out of the Eurozone have completely faded.
The Euro bull can be ridden all the way up to fresh 2017 highs against Pound Sterling argues a new note covering the EUR/GBP pair by one of the world’s largest investment banks.
Analyst Karen Jones at Commerzbank sees trouble for the Euro ahead.
Analysts at Credit Suisse have bumped up their forecasts for the Euro against the US Dollar.
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