Posts Tagged ‘eurusd’

  • Event Risk for the EUR/USD Today

    Jun 22, 12 • 196 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Overnight, Asian equities are also in the red, but the losses are not really excessive, given the sharp loss in the US yesterday evening. EUR/USD holding near yesterday’s closing levels in the mid 1.25 area. Today, there are no important eco data in the US....

  • Making Head or Tail of the EUR/USD

    Jun 20, 12 • 2323 Views • Forex Trading Articles No Comments

    Last week, there were quite some remarkable price moves on global market, including on the currency market. The data were only of second tier importance. It was all repositioning ahead of the key Greek elections. This vote was largely seen as a key milestone...

  • The EUR/USD and the effects of the Spanish Bailout

    Jun 11, 12 • 103 Views • Forex Trading Articles No Comments

    During the weekend, European leaders agreed on a rescue package for the Spanish banking sector. A more in-depth analyses of this agreement can be found in the fixed income part of this report. The euro jumped higher this morning and currently tries to regain...

  • EURUSD Wandering Rudderless

    The EUR/USD Wanders Rudderless

    Apr 20, 12 • 1781 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    On Thursday, EUR/USD continued to hover within the sideways trading pattern that is in place since earlier this week. The Spanish bond auction went rather well, but failed to change sentiment for the better. EUR/USD dropped temporary below the 1.31 mark, but...

  • A Story About The Euro

    A Story About The Euro

    Apr 13, 12 • 108 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Yesterday, following a few sessions in which the euro couldn’t gain ground, enough time had passed to give the euro bulls the confidence and courage (in the US session) to buy euros. EUR/USD closed at 1.3188, a 79 tic’s gain from Wednesday evening....

  • Forex Market Commentaries - A Look At The EURUSD

    Weekly Review Of The EUR/USD

    Mar 30, 12 • 1940 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    The EUR/USD extended the downward correction that started earlier this week. The move was to a large extent inspired by end of quarter repositioning. Negative headlines on the European economy and risk-off sentiment on the equity markets were no help. And of...

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