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Currencies Forecast Poll


The Forex Forecast Poll is a currency sentiment tool that highlights our selected experts' near and medium term mood and calculates trends according to Friday's 15:00 GMT price. The #FXpoll is not to be taken as signal or as final target, but as an exchange rates heat map of where sentiment and expectations are going.

Pair Average levels
1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
EURUSD 1.0851 1.0672 1.0506
GBPUSD 1.5162 1.4942 1.4599
USDJPY 119.23 120.56 122.15
USDCHF 0.9544 0.9654 0.9944
AUDUSD 0.7712 0.7625 0.7509
Pair Average levels
1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
USDCAD 1.2056 1.2258 1.2615
NZDUSD 0.7651 0.7486 0.7293
GBPJPY 179.42 179.52 179.95
EURJPY 129.67 128.33 127.78
EURGBP 0.7130 0.7085 0.7135

*Updated on Fridays at 15:00*

April 27 to May 1, 2015

EURUSD 1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter 1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
Levels Trend
Fri, Apr 24 2015, 17:00 GMT
Adam Narczewski 1.0900 1.0600 1.0300 Sideways Bearish Bearish
Alberto Muñoz, PhD 1.0700 1.0460 0.9850 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Anil Panchal 1.1050 1.0500 1.0230 Bullish Bearish Bearish
BMO Capital Markets Team 1.0800 1.0800 1.0700 Bearish Sideways Sideways
BNP Paribas Team - - 1.0700 - - Sideways
BoA FX, Rates and Commodities Team - - 1.0500 - - Bearish
CIBC World Markets Team - - 1.0400 - - Bearish
Commerzbank Analyst Team - - 1.1000 - - Sideways
Danske Research Team - 1.0300 1.0100 - Bearish Bearish
Elizaveta Belugina 1.0775 1.0700 1.0500 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research - - 1.0200 - - Bearish
Growth Aces Research Team 1.1100 1.1200 1.1400 Bullish Bullish Bullish
HSBC Global Research Team - - 1.0100 - - Bearish
ING Global Economics Team - - 1.0000 - - Bearish
J.P. Morgan Global FX Strategy - - 1.0700 - - Sideways
Jameel Ahmad 1.0800 1.0500 1.0400 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Jeff Langin - - 1.0700 - - Sideways
Jim Langlands 1.0800 1.0700 1.0500 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Mauricio Carrillo 1.1000 1.1500 1.1500 Bullish Bullish Bullish
NAB Global Markets Research - - 1.0300 - - Bearish
Nenad Kerkez 1.0950 - - Bullish - -
Rabobank Financial Markets Research Team - 1.0700 1.0600 - Bearish Bearish
RBS Team - 1.1000 1.0600 - Bullish Bearish
Ross Yamashita 1.0850 1.0400 1.0100 Sideways Bearish Bearish
Saxo Bank Team - - 1.0400 - - Bearish
Scotiabank FX Strategy Team - - 1.1000 - - Sideways
Scott Barkley 1.0435 1.0280 1.0500 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Swissquote Bank Research Team 1.0800 1.0600 1.0400 Bearish Bearish Bearish
UOB Group Team - - 1.0300 - - Bearish
Valeria Bednarik 1.0950 1.0520 1.0200 Bullish Bearish Bearish
Westpac Institutional Bank Team - - 1.1000 - - Sideways
Average 1.0851 1.0672 1.0506 Sideways Bearish Bearish

EURUSD Comments:

  • Anil Panchal:

    On a sustained break of descending trend-line resistance. near 1.0840. the pair could rally to 1.1050. However. limited upside can be expected.

  • Elizaveta Belugina:

    EUR/USD may continue fluctuating around 1.0700.

  • Growth Aces Research Team:

    What shall we expect from the Fed on April 29? We do not expect any major modifications to the statement. However. downgrading growth assessment should not be a shock – the majority of U.S. data since the previous FOMC meeting in March have surprised on the downside and a June rate hike is off the table. More “dovish” statement will give a boost to the EUR/USD. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis will also release its first estimate for first-quarter GDP growth next Wednesday. The market expects growth of 1.0% qoq annualized vs. 2.2% in the fourth quarter 2014. In our opinion the growth might be even slightly weaker (0.8%). as we expect that there was no growth in investment spending and net exports subtracted about 0.3 percentage point from GDP growth. Weak GDP data may be another factor supporting EUR/USD bulls.

  • Jameel Ahmad:

    EURUSD gains continue to remain largely limited to USD weakness. with 1.10 still appearing as the upper trading range.

  • Nenad Kerkez:

    As long as 1.0659 stands firm EURUSD is bullish

  • Scott Barkley:

    5th wave now

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