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Euro Falls Against Dollar on Risk-Off Mood, Non-Farm Payrolls

The euro today fell against the dollar reversing all of yesterday’s gains driven by the risk-off market sentiment after US President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19. The EUR/USD currency pair’s decline was further fueled by the weak inflation data from the euro area, which could derail the bloc’s economic recovery.

Euro Rallies to 1-Week Highs Driven by Investor Risk Appetite

The euro today rallied against the US dollar despite the release of mixed macro prints from across the euro area driven by the resurgent investor risk appetite. The EUR/USD currency pair’s rally was also boosted by the greenback’s selloff, which started yesterday amid hopes of a US coronavirus stimulus package.

Pound Falls Against Dollar on Brexit and New UK COVID-19 Rules

The Sterling pound today fell against the US dollar as investors remained wary of the current state of post-Brexit trade talks with the rising chances of a no-deal scenario. The GBP/USD currency pair’s decline was also fueled by the increasing coronavirus cases in the UK, which saw the government impose new restrictions to curb its spread.

Euro Rallies to 2-Year Highs Against the Dollar on Weak US GDP

The euro today rallied to new 2-year highs against the US dollar driven by positive releases from across the eurozone combined with weak US GDP data. The EUR/USD currency pair today was boosted by upbeat German unemployment data as opposed to the rising jobless claims in the US, which dragged the greenback lower.

Euro Falls Then Rallies Based on US Dollar Dynamics and Sentiment

The euro today fell against the US dollar earlier in the session before rallying higher later with its movements primarily driven by the greenback’s price dynamics. The EUR/USD currency pair’s was further encouraged by the positive investor sentiment around the €750 billion EU recovery fund, which was agreed on by European leaders at their summit.

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.

Euro Strengthens As ECB Expands Stimulus Program to $1.5 Trillion

The euro is strengthening against its currency rivals on Thursday after the central bank expanded its pandemic bond-buying initiative by several hundred billion dollars. Policymakers are trying to throw everything at the bearish regional economy to help stop the bleeding and prevent the eurozone from slipping deeper into a recession. Will this be enough to reverse the eurozone market’s downward trend?

Euro Hits 8-Week Highs on Investor Optimism, Later Falls Then Rallies

The euro today rallied to new 8-week highs against the US dollar as the bullish sentiment carried over from yesterday’s rally before reversing course and heading lower. The EUR/USD currency pair later fell amid fears of an escalation in US-China trade tensions that could trigger a new trade war before reversing course and heading higher.

Euro Rallies on Upbeat Sentiment and COVID-19 Vaccine Hopes

The euro today rallied higher against the US dollar breaking out of the sideways trading range it was stuck in yesterday driven by the prevailing risk-on market sentiment. The EUR/USD currency pair rallied higher driven by the prevalent optimism among investors regarding the reopening of European countries and a CVOID-19 vaccine.

Euro Among Weakest After Dire Macroeconomic Data

The euro was among the weakest currencies on the Forex market today after the release of a bunch of extremely poor macroeconomic reports and a very pessimistic economic forecast. While the currency has trimmed its losses by now, it is still trading lower against the vast majority of the most-traded currencies. The one exception was the Great Britain pound, which was even weaker than the euro.

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