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Market reviews

25 October 2016 by Kristina Leonova: Chief Analyst in the Investment Research Department

The European currency declined slightly against the US Dollar on Monday. In general, dynamics in the pair remains bearish, and the Euro did not manage to correct up even despite quite strong macroeconomic data on the eurozone. Data from Markit showed that the flash Services PMI grew from 52.2 to 53.5 points in October while a growth to 52.5 points was projected. The Manufacturing PMI was up from 52.6 to 53.3 points exceeding experts’ expectations as well. The Composite PMI figure came out at 53.7 points, up from 52.6 points in September and above the forecast of 52.8 points. The flash Ma...

19 April 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair continued growing as the Dollar is still under pressure from the publication of weak macroeconomic statistics in the US last Friday. Data on Industrial Production showed a 0.6% decline that was substantially worse than forecasts of economists. In addition, the Reuters/Michigan Con...

18 April 2016 by Kristina Leonova

At the end of the previous week, the Euro corrected slightly up from its local lows. The pair managed to gain positions amid the weakness of the US currency which lacks support from the Federal Reserve and macroeconomic data. In particular, the US industrial output was down by 0.6% in March while an...

15 April 2016 by Kristina Leonova

The EUR/USD pair slowed its fall amid the publication of weak inflation data in the US. In March, the Consumer Price Index grew by 0.9% that was worse than expectations. The similar index for the eurozone came out at 0.0%, while experts predicted a fall of 0.1%. In addition, important data came out...

13 April 2016 by Kristina Leonova

Yesterday the pair showed a choppy trade and slightly fell on the day. The US Dollar was supported by commentaries from Fed officials who supported the next interest rate hike in the US in the nearest future due to continuous strengthening in the labour market and likely soon accelerating inflation...

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