EUR/GBP — News Archive

Euro Lower Pretty Much Across the Board

Euro is lower pretty much across the board today, heading down as Forex traders consider policy divergence and whether or not the periphery countries will be able to sustainably move out debt.

Economic Data Helps Pound Against Euro

The pound may be retreating a bit against some of its counterparts, but sterling is seeing solid support against the euro today. Thanks to the latest round of economic data, pound is gaining against the euro, even though it is down against currencies like the yen and the dollar.

Euro Struggles After ECB Decision

Euro is struggling today, following the latest decision from the European Central Bank. As expected, interest rates remain where they were set last month. However, some were surprised that ECB policymakers have yet to move on other stimulus measures.

Euro Continues to See Modest Gains

Even though confidence measures show a decline, the euro continues to see modest gains against some of its major counterparts. The world situation continues to support the safety of the yen, but the euro is higher against the dollar and the pound today.

BoE Mortgage Limits Do Not Threaten UK Economy, GBP Gains

The Great Britain pound gained today as experts speculated that the measures, introduced by the central bank to reduce the number of riskier mortgages, will not derail economic recovery of the United Kingdom.

Euro Loses Ground on Economic Comparisons

Euro is heading lower today, after a few days of small gains. Economic comparisons are being made again, and the euro appears to have the short end of the stick.

GBP Flat, Retains Downside Bias on High Street Sales

The Great Britain pound was little changed today. The currency is likely to retain its downside bias after the central bank’s chief shocked the market, suggesting that monetary tightening is not going to happen soon, and UK economic data was not supportive for the sterling.

How Long Can the Euro Stay on Top?

Questions about how long the euro can remain on top in Forex trading are being raised today as the 18-nation currency continues to hold its own against some of its major counterparts. While the euro is down against the yen, it is higher against the dollar and the pound.

Pound Drops, Driven by Dovish Comments from Carney

The Great Britain pound dropped today against the majority of most-traded currencies as UK policy makers tempered bets on interest rate hikes in near future by their dovish comments. Market participants, who have thought that central bank will tighten monetary policy soon, were unprepared for this.

Euro Continues to Hold Its Own

Euro continues to hold its own in Forex trading, in spite of recent attempts by the ECB to stimulate the economy by weakening the currency. Poor data out of the eurozone isn’t slowing the euro much. In fact, the 18-nation currency is higher against many of its counterparts.

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