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Euro Struggles Even After ZEW Data

Euro is struggling today, turning mostly lower, as concerns about Greece once again come into focus. Worries about Greece coming to an agreement with creditors are weighing on the euro, which hasn’t seen much benefit from recent ZEW data.

Euro Finds Support in Forex Trading

Euro is finding support today, heading higher in Forex trading against many of its major counterparts. Euro is gaining ground as Brexit worries weigh on the sterling, and as a possible agreement with Greece helps optimism.

Euro Weak After Greek Elections

The euro demonstrated weakness during the Friday’s trading session. The monetary policy outlook and concerns about economic growth made currency not particularly attractive to investors while the result of the Greek parliamentary elections did nothing to help the matter.

Euro Falters as Eurozone Leaders Talk About Unemployement

Euro is struggling again as eurozone leaders gather to talk about unemployment. Concerns that economic gains aren’t translating into jobs are weighing on policymakers and others. Of special concern is the disparity in joblessness between northern European countries and those in the south.

Eurozone Economic Confidence Rises and Sparks Hope for Euro

Economic confidence in the eurozone rose unexpectedly in August. This surprise development in the 19-nation currency region has sparked a little hope for the euro, and sent it higher against some of its major counterparts. Euro is still struggling against macroeconomic issues right now, but the latest confidence in the eurozone should help a little.

Euro Pulls Back After Yesterday’s Surge

Euro is pulling back against some of its major counterparts today. After yesterday’s surge, some Forex traders are taking profits, while others wait to see if the global instability subsides.

Euro Jumps with Help of Fed Minutes & Greek Bailout

The euro jumped today against its most-traded counterparts, climbing more than 1 percent against the US dollar. Both domestic and overseas news contributed to the rally of the shared 19-nation currency.

Euro Heads Higher After German MPs Approve Greek Bailout

With Germany backing the latest bailout for Greece, the euro is heading higher today. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to the eurozone and the euro, and the latest bailout means that, for now, there will be no exit from the 19-nation currency union for Greece.

Euro Could See Strength Down the Road

Now that the worst fears of the eurozone have been put to rest, there is some speculation that the 19-nation currency could return strength in the not-to-distant future, thanks in part to recovery in Spain and stability for Greece.

Economic Outlook for Eurozone Drags on the Euro

The economic outlook for the eurozone is dragging on the euro today, bringing it lower as concerns about what’s next for the 19-nation currency region continue.

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