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EUR/USD2015-09-04 07:48 UTC

EUR-USD has settled in the low 1.11s after basing at 1.1087 following yesterday's post-ECB dive. The ECB's pledge of more stimulus if needed, coupled with downward revisions to both growth and inflation projections, has put the euro on a bearish tack, undermining its recent status as a safe haven currency. A disappointing outcome in German manufacturing orders data, today, added to the demise of the euro as a haven. Market attention fully ... Read More 

XE-Marktanalyse

  • North American Edition2015-09-03 11:18 UTC

    The dollar continued to trade firmly, especially against sterling after an unexpected drop in UK service PMI data. Cable clocked a fresh three-month low at 1.5237 on news that the PMI dove to a 27-month low of 55.6 in the August survey from Markit, down from July's 57.4. The data point to a slowing in growth momentum in the UK economy, adding impetus to the recent tapering in BoE tightening expectations. Elsewhere, USD-JPY nudged out a two-day high at ... Read More 

  • European Edition2015-09-04 07:48 UTC

    The yen is firmer in a pre-U.S. jobs report risk-off theme. Japan's Nikkei 225 revised early session gains and finished with a 2.2% decline, and other Asian markets, and U.S. equity futures and commodity prices, are also down. The possibility of a sufficiently firm jobs report today that would seal a Fed tightening at the mid-month FOMC is feeding a cautious sentiment in markets. Historically, Wall Street tends to wobble during monetary tightening cycles, ... Read More 

  • Asian Edition2015-09-03 18:49 UTC

    The dollar rallied in early N.Y. trade on Thursday, buoyed initially by the ECB, a much narrowed July trade deficit, and nearly in-line jobless claims. The August services ISM was better than forecasts, and early action saw Wall Street rally, and yields move lower, largely following bund yields lower after dovish ECBspeak. EUR-USD was the driver of dollar gains, as it fell from 1.1235 to better than two-week lows of 1.1088, after the ECB's Draghi spun a ... Read More 

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