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Euro Rallies Higher on Positive German GDP Data and Weak US Data

The euro today rallied higher against the US dollar following the release of mixed data from Germany led by the positive German Q2 GDP data. The EUR/USD currency pair posted more gains following the release of weak data from the US docket in the early American session.

US Dollar Assumes Role of Strongest Currency on Forex Market

The US dollar overtook the Japanese yen as the strongest currency on the Forex market today. Disappointing domestic macroeconomic data did not deter the greenback from rising.

Canadian Dollar Jumps to Six-Week High as US Oil Inventories Decline

The Canadian dollar rallied to a six-week high on Thursday after the US government reported a bigger-than-expected decline in crude oil inventories. The loonie may also find direction in several key US economic reports, as well as President Donald Trump’s recent meeting with European Union (EU) Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

US Dollar Rises as Trump Avoids Harshest Measures on China

The US dollar today rallied higher against its main trading partners as news emerged that President Donald Trump‘s administration would not be pursuing the harshest measures against China. Several positive releases from the US docket such as the advance goods trade balance also served to strengthen the greenback in the early American session.

British Pound Trades Lower Despite In Line UK GDP Data

The British pound today declined against the US dollar despite the release of the second estimate UK GDP data for Q1 2018, which met expectations. The Sterling pound was on a downtrend against the greenback from the Asian session, but rallied slightly following the GDP report before heading lower.

US Dollar Waits for GDP & Other Economic Reports

The US dollar gained on all its most-traded rivals last week, and traders wait to see if the currency will be able to continue its bullish run in the coming week. Analysts expected that the greenback will be mainly driven by macroeconomic fundamentals, though politics may also affect the US currency.

Euro Rallies Against US Dollar on North Korea Progress

The euro today rallied higher against the US dollar as investors embraced the risk-on mood in the market after it emerged that  North Korea was considering possible denuclearization. The news emerged from talks between North Korea and its Southern counterpart, and its impact was significant enough to outweigh the effect of the Italian general election on the single currency.

Euro Drops to New Lows on Weak German Inflation Report

The euro today dropped to new lows against the US dollar after the release of weak German preliminary CPI data in the mid-European session. Several disappointing releases from the US docket in the early American session could not reverse the euro’s decline against the greenback.

US Dollar Weakens Against Euro As Q4 Economic Growth Disappoint Estimates

The US dollar weakened against the euro on Friday in the wake of a disappointing reading for gross domestic product growth in the fourth quarter of 2017. The greenback failed to find support despite a positive upturn in durable goods orders and a strong overall economic performance in 2017.

GBP/USD Trades Sideways on Last Trading Day Before Christmas

The GBP/USD currency pair today traded mostly in a tight sideways range having rallied slightly in the early European session after the release of UK quarterly GDP data. The pair retraced some of its gains during the mid-European session, but rallied higher after the release of US personal income data for November.

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