Even with the latest economic data out of the eurozone, the 18-nation currency is gaining ground today. Evidence that the eurozone economy has stalled, prompting concerns about a return to recession, hasn’t been enough to dampen the euro today.
August 08th, 2014 at 14:08
Euro is a little bit higher today, logging gains against its major counterparts. However, many think that this is the result of profit-taking, and a bit of readjustment. Expectations are that the 18-nation currency will show weakness again next week, especially since there is plenty of reason for its weakness.
August 07th, 2014 at 14:10
Japanese yen is mostly lower again, following a brief surge earlier. Thanks to a temporary demand for safe haven assets, as well as stop-loss order executions earlier, the yen saw a brief surge. Now, though, the yen is settling down, and is mostly lower.
August 06th, 2014 at 14:20
Euro is heading lower today, thanks in large part to the disappointing economic data released earlier. Also impacting the euro is the geopolitical situation, which brings with it a great deal of uncertainty right now.
August 01st, 2014 at 17:33
The euro rallied against the US dollar with help of disappointing US non-farm payrolls. The currency also gained on the pound as data from Great Britain was not good either. Against the Japanese yen, the euro rallied intraday but gave away gains as of now.
July 31st, 2014 at 14:06
Euro is trading mixed against its major counterparts again today. The 18-nation currency continues to struggle against the US dollar on policy divergence, but is managing to eke out gains against the pound and the yen today.
July 30th, 2014 at 19:26
The Japanese yen weakened today, touching the lowest level since April against the US dollar, as economic data from both the United States and the eurozone was mostly good, making the currency unnecessary in its role of a safe haven.
July 30th, 2014 at 13:45
Between German inflation and policy divergence with the United States, the eurozone is struggling — and the 18-nation currency that represents it is losing ground. Indeed, the euro has slipped below 1.3400, falling to a level not seen since last November.
July 30th, 2014 at 4:30
The Japanese yen remained unmoved by the release of industrial production data today. The currency traded mostly sideways yesterday, though it fell together with its major counterparts versus the US dollar.
July 25th, 2014 at 0:45
The euro rallied yesterday as the vast majority of macroeconomic reports from the eurozone were positive, and the currency was able to keep gains today. While good US fundamental data did not allow the shared 18-nation currency to gain on the dollar at the previous trading session, the euro managed to rise a little versus the greenback today.