Non-Farm Payrolls — News Archive

Euro Falls for 12th Week

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.

CAD Ends Friday with Losses vs. USD, Gains vs. GBP & JPY

The Canadian dollar ended Friday with losses against its US peer due to overwhelmingly positive employment report from the United States. At the same time, the poor trade balance data from Canada itself did not prevent the currency from rallying against the euro and the Japanese yen.

Dollar Explodes to Upside After NFP

The US dollar surged today after non-farm payrolls came out even better than optimistic expectations, while positive trade data added to the upside momentum. The greenback reached a new multi-year high against the euro and the lowest level in almost 11 months against the Great Britain pound.

ECB Provides No Surprises, Euro Higher

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.

Euro Falls for Eight Week

The most important event this week turned out to be the monetary policy of the European Central Bank. Analysts expected it to be uneventful, but they were completely wrong. The resulting shock sent the euro down. While the currency managed to retain some of its gains versus the Great Britain pound by the weekend, it fell against most other major counterparts. It was euro’s eight week of losses versus the US […]

NFP Make Nasty Surprise for Dollar Bulls, USD Halts Rally

US non-farm payrolls provided nasty surprise for dollar bulls, sending the US currency down, as they came out much worse than was expected. The greenback halted its rally but not necessarily lost upward momentum completely, and it reached new highs for the year against some of its peers before retreating.

Outlook for USD During Week of NFP & Independence Day

The US dollar experienced a very poor trading month in June due to unexpected dovishness of US policy makers and terrible GDP report. Can the greenback change the bearish trend in the first trading week of the new month?

ECB Acts, Euro Unfazed, Ending Week Resilient

This week had quite a few important events that have affected the Forex market. The most important of them were the meetings of various central bank and US non-farm payrolls. There were reasons to believe that the euro would fall over the week, but surprisingly enough the currency remained rather resilient.

Euro Heads for Another Weekly Loss

The euro dropped today as investors were fleeing bonds of Europe’s peripheral economies, adding to pressure on the European Central Bank to stimulate the struggling economy. The currency was heading for a second weekly loss versus the US dollar and the Japanese yen, and it will be the third week of decline against the Great Britain pound.

Dollar Jumps as Non-Farm Payrolls Beat Expectations

The US dollar jumped against most its major counterparts today after non-farm payrolls came out even better than optimistic forecasts and the unemployment rate declined more than was predicted by analysts.

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