EUR/GBP — News Archive

Euro Moves Higher In Spite of Draghi Plan and Economic Data

Euro is moving higher today, even though there is a plan from ECB President Mario Draghi to add another $1 trillion to banks, and even though economic data in the eurozone has proved disappointing.

Fading Growth Momentum Makes Britain’s Currency Less Appealing

The Great Britain pound slid against most of its major peers today as Forex market participants are becoming increasingly concerned that growth momentum of the UK economy is waning, making the sterling less attractive as an investment vehicle.

Pound Under Pressure as UK Recovery Wanes

Poor economic data was weighing on the Great Britain pound recently, and today’s trading session was not different. Housing and trade data came out worse than was expected, suggesting the Britain’s recovery is losing steam. The Bank of England remained passive at today’s policy meeting.

Draghi’s Proposal for the Eurozone Doesn’t Help Euro

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has called for new economic rules in the eurozone. These rules are designed to promote greater integration in the 18-nation currency region, with the point hopefully to stave off the economic disparities that led to the sovereign debt crisis among the periphery. The plan isn’t helping the euro’s performance much today, though.

Pound Stays Strong, Endangering UK Economy

The Great Britain pound fell at the first half of today’s trading session as another set of poor economic indicators was released. Yet the currency managed to bounce in the second half, trimming its losses against the euro and gaining on the US dollar and the Japanese yen.

Euro Turns it Around After Earlier Difficulties

A little bit of risk appetite is helping the euro turn things around today after earlier difficulties. However, many analysts still foresee problems for the euro, as Germany leads the eurozone into a further period of little to no growth.

Unexpectedly Poor Data Makes GBP Soft, Currency Shows Resilience

The Great Britain pound turned down today as economic indicators came out much worse than was expected, prompting the British Chamber of Commerce to talk about necessity for the Monetary Policy Committee to delay interest rate increases. The currency recovered against some of its peers, including the US dollar and the euro, but remained soft versus the Japanese yen.

Euro Drops Below 1.3600 Level Against US Dollar

Euro has dropped below the 1.3600 level against the US dollar, and is down against other major currencies as well. There is a bit of risk aversion on the Forex market today, as well as speculation that the ECB will have to take further action on stimulus if the euro’s strength remains where it is.

German Data Subdues Euro

The latest data out of Germany is leading to subdued trading by the euro. Concerns about the eurozone economy are still a big part of the picture for the 18-nation currency, and Germany’s lackluster data isn’t helping much.

UK Pound Struggles as Rally Fades

UK pound is struggling today, heading lower against many of its major counterparts, as the recent rally fades. Expectations that the Bank of England would be among the first to start boosting rates again have helped strengthen the pound, but the situation has leveled out and the pound is lower.

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