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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 1.1294 1.1212 1.1271
GBPUSD 1.5000 1.4971 1.4985
USDJPY 117.66 117.61 120.15
USDCHF 0.9319 0.9232 0.9304
AUDUSD 0.7688 0.7751 0.7739
Pair Average levels
1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
USDCAD 1.2770 1.2631 1.2629
NZDUSD 0.7193 0.7317 0.7261
GBPJPY 175.61 176.25 178.68
EURJPY 133.00 131.70 134.08
EURGBP 0.7515 0.7460 0.7484

*Updated on Fridays at 15:00*

February 2 to 6, 2015

EURUSD 1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter 1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
Levels Trend
Fri, Jan 30 2015, 17:00 GMT
Adam Narczewski 1.1250 1.1000 1.0800 Sideways Bearish Bearish
Alberto Muñoz, PhD 1.1100 1.0980 1.0780 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Anil Panchal 1.1480 1.1385 1.0960 Bullish Sideways Bearish
ANZ FX Strategy Team - - 1.1200 - - Sideways
Austin Galt 1.1300 1.1800 1.2400 Sideways Bullish Bullish
Claudiu Cazacu 1.1520 1.1200 1.1030 Bullish Sideways Bearish
Danske Research Team - 1.1400 1.1200 - Sideways Sideways
Growth Aces Research Team 1.1460 1.1680 1.2100 Bullish Bullish Bullish
Haresh Menghani 1.1560 1.1385 1.0970 Bullish Sideways Bearish
ING Global Economics Team - - 1.1700 - - Bullish
Jameel Ahmad 1.1100 1.0900 1.0700 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Jeff Langin 1.1000 - - Bearish - -
Mauricio Carrillo 1.1500 1.1000 1.1500 Bullish Bearish Bullish
Neal Gilbert 1.1200 1.0800 1.1000 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Nenad Kerkez 1.1400 - - Bullish - -
Rabobank Financial Markets Research Team - 1.1400 1.1300 - Sideways Sideways
RBC Economic Research Team - - 1.2000 - - Bullish
Richard Perry 1.1300 1.1200 1.1100 Sideways Sideways Bearish
Ross Yamashita 1.1400 1.1650 1.0900 Bullish Bullish Bearish
Scotiabank FX Strategy Team - - 1.1700 - - Bullish
Scott Barkley 1.0975 1.0750 1.1500 Bearish Bearish Bullish
Swissquote Bank Research Team 1.1250 1.1000 1.0800 Sideways Bearish Bearish
Valeria Bednarik 1.1150 1.1000 1.0800 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Vasilis Tsaprounis 1.1450 1.1600 1.1800 Bullish Bullish Bullish
Westpac Institutional Bank Team - 1.1000 - - Bearish -
Yohay Elam 1.1200 1.1100 1.1000 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Average 1.1294 1.1212 1.1271 Sideways Sideways Sideways

EURUSD Comments:

  • Anil Panchal:

    After a small reversal the EU is likely to continue its bear moves.

  • Claudiu Cazacu:

    There may be room to get an overdue correction of the Euro, before Friday, and possibly even if NFP data is seen as good.

  • Growth Aces Research Team:

    We expect the EUR/USD to rise gradually next week. In our opinion the reaction to last-week FOMC statement was too strong, as in our opinion the Fed’s rhetoric was rather neutral than hawkish. Some releases of macroeconomic figures from the Euro zone are scheduled for this week – final PMIs, factory orders and industrial production in Germany. Better-than-expected readings will be supportive for the common currency. Moreover, our forecasts for U.S. ISM manufacturing and non-manufacturing are slightly below the market consensus. That is why we keep our long position on the EUR/USD.

  • Jameel Ahmad:

    The complete divergence in economic sentiment between Europe and the United States is ever-continuing. The USD is supported by continual interest rate hike optimism, while traders are trying to assess how bleak the EU economic outlook is before pricing it into this pair.

  • Nenad Kerkez:

    1.1400 should be next if 1.1200 holds

  • Richard Perry:

    Although I remain negative on the euro, I am conscious that a lot of bearish information is already in the price and the euro performance has improved in the past week. I am turning slightly more neutral for now.

  • Yohay Elam:

    The Fed is on course to tightening and EZ deflation justify a weaker EUR/USD.

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