While the euro was rising earlier today, the shared 18-nation currency has a hard time keeping its gains and was falling against the US dollar, though it trades near the opening level as of now. It is not surprising to see softness of the euro considering that fundamentals were playing against the currency of the eurozone.
October 07th, 2014 at 12:38
The Japanese yen edged higher after the Bank of Japan concluded its two-day policy meeting today. As was expected, the central bank did not add stimulating measures to its already extremely accommodative monetary policy.
October 06th, 2014 at 19:59
The euro climbed today even though the European macroeconomic indicators were rather unfavorable. The broad-based weakness of the US dollar was the major reason for the rally of the shared 18-nation currency.
October 04th, 2014 at 18:25
It was another poor trading week for the euro, which fell for the 12th straight week and reached a new multi-year low against the US dollar. While the European Central Bank policy announcement provided moderate support for the shared 18-nation currency, employment data from the United States did not allow the euro to hold onto gains.
October 03rd, 2014 at 10:50
While the euro is maintaining its recent gains against some of its counterparts, the 18-nation currency is losing ground to the US dollar. Thanks to continued policy divergence and weaker gold prices, there is little to support the euro against the greenback.
October 02nd, 2014 at 13:12
The euro advanced today, rising against the US dollar and the Great Britain pound, after the European Central Bank conducted its monthly policy meeting. The shared 18-nation currency also pared its previous losses versus the Japanese yen.
October 01st, 2014 at 10:50
Euro is seeing more weakness today, and that’s not surprising, given the latest economic data out of the eurozone. Also not helping matters is the fact that the latest data out of Germany is disappointing as well. With the eurozone economy continuing to flounder, the more likely it is that ECB will take increasingly drastic steps to try to stimulate the situation.
September 29th, 2014 at 10:27
Euro is mostly lower today against its major counterparts, and is expected to remain weak for some time. The latest inflation figures are about to be released, and policymakers have already indicated their willingness to do what it takes to weaken the euro in the name of economic stimulus.
September 26th, 2014 at 10:41
Japanese yen is lower against its major counterparts following the release of the latest inflation data. The Japanese economy continues to struggle, and that means that policymakers are likely to continue to pursue a course that includes keeping the yen weak.
September 24th, 2014 at 10:46
Even though the euro has made up some lost ground recently, the 18-nation currency continues to struggle against some of its counterparts. Even with the euro catching up to the greenback, the US dollar is still expected to maintain the upper hand.