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Euro Soft amid Raging Coronavirus Fear

The euro declined today against other most-traded currencies as markets remained in the grip of coronavirus epidemic fear, which made traders less willing to risk and prefer safer currencies to riskier ones. Germany released a report on its economic growth during today’s session but markets largely ignored it.

Euro Mixed After German PPI Rises Unexpectedly

The euro was mixed against other currencies despite macroeconomic data in Germany was better than expected.

Euro Surges After German Business Climate, Draghi’s Comments

The euro edged up today after the better-than-expected German business climate print and rose further sharply following comments from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi. As of now, the currency has lost its gains versus the US dollar, trimmed them against the Japanese yen, but kept them against the Swiss franc.

Euro Strong During Week, Softens by Weekend

The euro ended the trading week as the strongest major currency amid receding fears of turbulent European politics and speculations that the European Central Bank will discuss quantitative easing tapering next week. By the end of the week, though, the currency softened a bit.

European Politics Boosts Euro Intraday, Make It Reverse Rally Later

The euro backed off to new lows after attempting to rally earlier today. European politics was the main driver for the currency.

Euro Rises vs. Dollar, Vulnerable vs. Other Majors

The euro rose against the weak US dollar, but traded flat-to-lower versus most other major currencies on Monday. Among factors influencing the currency were new developments in the Catalan situation and disappointing inflation data.

Dollar Goes Lower, Waits for Economic Data

The US dollar fell against its most-traded peers during the Tuesday’s trading session as dollar bulls struggled to find a new catalysts for a rally. Economic data released over the rest of the week may provide such catalysts if it turns out good.

EUR/USD Gains Ahead of Data-Heavy Week

The euro gained against the US dollar during the Tuesday’s quiet session ahead of the rest of the week, which will be very heavy on economic data from the United States. The shared 19-nation currency also gained on its other most-traded rivals.

Euro Preserves Momentum amid ECB Speculations

The euro continued to trim losses during the current trading session even though German inflation was disappointing. The reason for the currency’s good performance were speculations about the possible change of European Central Bank’s dovish stance.

US Politics Lead to Awful Week for Dollar

The US dollar has ended the week as the weakest major currency as controversies surrounding US President Donald Trump erased the appeal of the currency to investors, driving the greenback to the lowest level since he became a president.

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