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Euro Falls Against US Dollar Due to Quarterly/End-Month Outflows

The euro today fell against the US dollar earlier in the session and was on track to book a loss for the second straight session as the greenback rebounded. The EUR/USD currency pair sold off amid end of month/quarter outflows in favour of the dollar, which could see the pair close lower for the month.

Euro Trades at 3-Month Lows Against US Dollar Ahead of FOMC

The euro today fell against the US dollar reversing yesterday’s brief recovery despite mixed releases from the euro area, which were utterly ignored. The EUR/USD currency pair’s decline saw it erase breach the critical 1.10 level as the bearish pressure mounted driven primarily by the stronger greenback.

Swiss Franc Rises to Three-Year High After Addition to US Trade Watch List

The Swiss franc is continuing its streak of gains on Monday, despite recent allegations that Switzerland is manipulating its currency. The franc is also finding direction on the latest trade prices, which have fallen over the last 12 months as Switzerland suffers from global trade uncertainty. Will the franc remain a safe-haven currency moving forward?

Euro Falls on Low Liquidity and Market Sentiment, Rallies on US Data

The euro today rallied from its daily lows following the release of weak US durable goods orders in the early American session. The EUR/USD currency pair had fallen earlier in the session amid low liquidity ahead of the Christmas holiday break.

Euro Ignores Upbeat German Data, Falls on Positive US Reports

The euro today fell against the US dollar negating yesterday’s gains as investors sold the single currency given the weak data coming out of the eurozone recently. The EUR/USD currency pair fell amid a lack of significant releases from the euro area, leaving the euro at the greenback’s mercy, which was quite strong and pushed the pair lower.

Swiss Franc Strengthens Amid Fall in Import, Producer Prices

The Swiss franc is strengthening against a myriad of currencies on Thursday, buoyed by a decline in import and producer prices. Low unemployment and larger foreign exchange reserves have contributed to the franc’s gains as of late. But there is more than just data that is spurring global interest in the country right now: coffee.

Swiss Franc Mixed As Machine Export Orders, Producer Prices Drop

The Swiss franc is mixed against a basket of currencies on Thursday as new data show machine export orders and producer and import prices declined. The Swiss economy continues to lose momentum amid the global trade war impacting markets everywhere. Despite the downward trends, investors are still pouring into the safe-haven asset, much to the chagrin of the Swiss National Bank (SNB).

Euro Rallies From 2-Year Lows Despite Weak Eurozone Releases

The euro today rallied from new 2-year lows against the US dollar hit during the Asian session despite the release of mostly weak macro data from across the eurozone. The EUR/USD currency pair pulled back from the lows as the greenback fell boosting the single currency and helping it rally despite the weak euro area fundamentals.

Australian Dollar Suffers from Risk Aversion

The Australian dollar tumbled today. While macroeconomic data, both domestic and from China, was not particularly bad, risk aversion on the Forex market hurt the Australian currency.

Swiss Franc Flat As Trade Surplus Balloons in June

The Swiss franc is trading relatively flat against some of its currency rivals on Thursday as some recent economic data are pushing up the safe-haven asset. While not consider the global beacon of exports, Switzerland has enjoyed a significant jump last month, helping it experience the biggest trade surplus in more than two years. With Zurich engaged in terse discussions with the European Union (EU), this could […]

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