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Euro Falls on Upbeat Euro Area PMIs, Rallies on Upbeat US PMI Data

The euro today fell against the US dollar despite upbeat releases from German combined with positive euro area PMI data released by Markit Economics. The EUR/USD currency pair rallied higher after the release of upbeat US PMI data, which was surprising given that the print beat analysts expectations by a wide margin.

Euro Rallies Against on Positive Sentiment and Releases, Later Falls

The euro today rallied against the US dollar during the first half of today’s session before turning lower later and giving up most of its gains to trade flat for the day. The EUR/USD currency pair’s behaviour was primarily influenced by the investor risk appetite of lack thereof as well as the mixed releases from across the euro area.

Japanese Yen Opens Higher, Turns Lower Afterward

The Japanese yen started the trading week higher versus other most-traded currencies but has reversed its movement afterward and is currently trading far below the opening level against basically all other major rivals. Market analysts explained the moves by the improving market sentiment, though, in the longer-term, the outlook remains favorable to the currency.

Euro Falls on Weak Sentiment Amid Rising US Coronavirus Cases

The euro today fell against the US dollar driven by investor fears about the rising coronavirus cases across the US triggering a selloff of riskier assets such as the euro. The EUR/USD currency pair’s decline was further fueled by rising trade tensions between the EU and the US after Donald Trump threatened to impose sanctions on European exports.

Euro Advances on Upbeat Markit Flash PMIs and Positive Sentiment

The euro today rallied higher against the US dollar boosted by the improved investor risk appetite, which saw investors pile into riskier assets. The EUR/USD currency pair’s rally was also fueled by the positive PMI prints released by Markit Economics.

Japanese Yen Attempts to Hold Ground After PMI Releases, Concerns About US-China Trade Deal

The main theme for today was the release of PMI reports for various parts of the world, though the topic of the US-China trade deal was also in the news. Overall, markets were in a positive mood, favoring high-beta currencies. Surprisingly, that did not result in a total sell-off of the Japanese currency. The yen fared rather well, holding its ground against most of its rivals and even gaining on some of them.

Euro Falls Against the Dollar for the 4th Straight Session on Weak Data

The euro today fell against the US dollar for the fourth straight session after the American open where investor sentiment shifted decisively in favour of the dollar. The EUR/USD currency pair was also weighed down by weak data from Germany and the euro area as investors waited for European leaders to decide on the 750 billion euro fund.

Euro Falls as Money Flows Into Dollar Amid Mixed Euro Area Macro Data

The euro today fell against the US dollar as investors moved money from currencies to other assets such as stocks given that most European equities closed higher. The EUR/USD currency pair today fell as investors moved capital into the safe-haven dollar causing it to rally against most other currencies as investors reacted to the Fed’s latest moves.

Euro Rallies Higher Against Weak Dollar As Europe Slowly Reopens

The euro today rallied higher against the much weaker US dollar boosted by positive investor sentiment as US indices posted gains triggering a selloff of the greenback. The EUR/USD currency pair today fell earlier in the session as the dollar traded in positive territory, but this changed later as investor risk appetite grew.

Euro Rallies on Investor Sentiment, Later Falls on US Dollar Strength

The euro today posted gains against the US dollar earlier in the session buoyed by investor sentiment amid optimism about the economic recovery in Europe. The EUR/USD currency pair later gave up its gains as the greenback rallied amid the risk-off market environment as most European equities sold off at the open and headed lower.

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