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ECB Minutes in Focus for the EUR/USD

The EUR/USD has been holding relatively steady in recent weeks as the volatility and turmoil has certainly taken its toll across the financial markets. This week, we will be looking for any hint of a change in monetary policy from the ECB in their minu…

FOMC in Focus for the EUR/USD

The EUR/USD has the potential to get a bit of boost this week as most of the attention will be on the FOMC. While the Fed is expected to raise US interest rate in December, the outlook might not be a hawkish as many have previously thought. Read More o…

Trade to Drive the EUR/USD

The EUR/USD is likely to receive a bit of a boost this week as markets absorb the fallout from the G20 and more specifically the agreement between the US and China on trade. As it stands the two countries will be looking to work towards a deal and for …

The EUR/USD Waiting on Global News

The EUR/USD has seen a decent bounce off the lows, which was largely driven by weakness in the Greenback. With Thanksgiving ahead and a lack of top-tier data, markets will be driven by global news and the current sentiment, which to date has largely be…

FOMC to Drive the EUR/USD

The EUR/USD might well have staged a bit of a rally on Friday, but the trend is still strongly to the downside at the moment. This week it is the FOMC and their interest rate decision which will see the EUR/USD put under even more pressure. Read More o…

ECB to Drive the EUR/USD

The EUR/USD has been drifting lower over the course of the week, led predominately by a stronger USD. This week the ECB get their chance to counter what was a hawkish FED as they issue their thoughts on monetary policy and present the official interest…

The EUR/USD Following the Greenback’s Lead

The EUR/USD continues to get pushed around by the USD as all the news coming out at the moment is very much centred around the USA. Last week it was rising yields that kept the pressure on world markets as stocks have been falling. It looks likes we mi…