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Economic Outlook: Eurozone’s Growth Barely Picking Up After A Rather Weak...

This week’s Eurozone economic data will worry the ECB even more. The figures from last year confirmed that the economy stuttered again in Q4 2018,...

FX Insights: Brexit And Forex Markets, The Good, The Bad And...

As the Euro celebrates its 20th birthday, there are many signs of a cooldown in the Eurozone economy, following a turbulent 2018. Looking ahead...

Technical Analysis EUR/USD: Breakdown?

Currency market shared some intensity this week, not much to celebrate regarding massive pips accumulation. Today's Technical Analysis EUR/USD covers all the necessary information...

How the Euro Surprises the Forex Industry Trading at 1.2640?

How the Euro surprises the Forex Industry Trading at 1.2640? What are the technical facts regarding the Euro value? Mario Draghi has been playing an...

GBP Crashes to a Seven-year Low Against the USD

GBP Crashes to a Seven-year Low Against the USD, now what? GBP Worst Day Since Banking Crisis! `Brexit' Fears Start its Self Destructing Mode and...

Euro Holds Ground as Eurozone Economy Slows

The euro was little changed against its British and US counterparts on Friday as the Eurozone’s modest recovery slowed unexpectedly in the second quarter,...

EUR/USD Gains Traction as Eurozone Recovery Accelerates

  The euro advanced for a second consecutive day against its US counterpart on Tuesday, as German investor confidence reached a 13-month high in March,...

EUR/USD under Pressure as Greek Debt Talks Continue

The euro was back on its heels on Friday, as European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker met with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a...

US Dollar Approaches Key Milestone

The US dollar resumed its upward climb on Wednesday, setting another 12-year high as it approached a key milestone against a basket of trade-weighted...

Greece, EU to Resume Bailout Talks on Wednesday

Negotiations between Greece and its European Union paymasters will resume on Wednesday, after another day of negotiations tested the patience of Eurozone partners. The European...

Greece Threatens Referendum Ahead of Eurozone Ministerial Meetings

Tensions between Greece and its EU paymasters escalated over the weekend, after Athens’ anti-austerity coalition said it would call a referendum or a new...

EUR/USD Falls Below 1.09, as ECB, Nonfarm Payrolls Weigh

The euro plunged to fresh 12-year lows against the US dollar on Friday, as recent comments from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi continued...

EUR/USD Plummets ahead of ECB Press Conference

The euro declined sharply against its US counterpart on Wednesday, as investors turned their attention to the European Central Bank’s monthly monetary policy meetings,...

German Business Confidence Rises in February: Ifo

  German business confidence improved again in February, rising for the fourth consecutive month in the latest sign Europe’s largest economy was recovering from last...

Eurozone Finance Ministers Resume Emergency Negotiations on Greece Bailout

Eurozone finance ministers met in Brussels on Friday for another round of negotiations to bridge the gap between Greece and its EU paymasters after...

EUR/USD Weekly Outlook

The euro was trading cautiously on Monday, following a week of uncertainty that ended with Greece securing a short-term loan extension in exchange for...

Eurozone Finance Ministers Resume Greece Bailout Talks as EU Deadline Approaches

The financial markets were on edge on Tuesday, as the pressure mounted on Eurozone finance ministers to reach an agreement over Greece’s loan program. Greek...

EUR/USD Loses 1.14 Handle as Eurogroup Talks Yield No Results

The euro declined against its US counterpart Monday after Greek and Eurozone finance ministers were unable to reach an agreement about Greece’s bailout program,...
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