As expected European inflation slowed down to 0.3%, while core reading resulted slightly up, 0.9% against 0.8% expected. Unemployment rate for the area, remained steady at 11.5%. The inflation number was indeed the reason of the EUR/USD spike higher, as despite being...
Valeria Bednarik – Majors grind lower against the greenback after early spikes, but there’s little to expect with US closed on holidays this Monday.
EUR/USD Forecast: higher in range by FXStreet
US markets closed for Labor Day holiday by World First UK Ltd
|Sep 1||00:00||US||Labor Day|
|08:30||UK||M4 Money Supply (YoY) (Jul)||-1.0%||-0.7%|
|08:30||UK||Markit Manufacturing PMI (Aug)||52.5||55.0||54.8|
|08:30||UK||Mortgage Approvals (Jul)||66.569K||66.600K||67.085K|
|08:30||UK||Net Lending to Individuals (MoM) (Jul)||£3.4B||£2.8B|
|23:50||JP||Monetary Base (YoY) (Aug)||42.7%|
|Sep 2||01:00||NZ||ANZ Commodity Price (Aug)||-2.4%|
|01:30||AU||Building Permits (MoM) (Jul)||1.5%||-5.0%|
|01:30||JP||Labor Cash Earnings (YoY) (Jul)||0.4%|
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One of most important relationships to understand in the forex market is the one between the Swiss franc and euro. There is a very strong correlation between these two, meaning that the Swiss franc tends to rise against the US dollar when the euro does. Because of this, the EUR/ USD and USD/CHF currency pairs are strongly negatively correlated – the correlation can be as strong as -95%. In other...
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The highest and lowest prediction( Open～AM8 JST,OR 4 PM EST ) EUR/USD 1.31330 (Closed rate)Trend Long term: Downward, Middle term: Downward, Short...
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