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Euro Rallies Ahead of ECB Rate Decision, Drops on Dovish Draghi Speech

The euro today rallied before the European Central Bank rate announcement, but dropped lower after the dovish comments made by the ECB President following the announcement. The pair headed lower in the American session despite the release of disappointing American macro data.

Franc Flat-to-Higher Despite Downgrade of SNB Inflation Forecast

The Swiss franc was relatively strong today, trading flat against some currencies while gaining versus others. That was surprising, considering that the central bank left interest rates in the negative territory and lowered inflation projections.

Australian Dollar Gains Despite Interest Rate Projections, Unimpressive Economic Data

The Australian gained against most of its major rivals today, with the exception of the euro. News from Australia itself was not particularly supportive, but the currency profited from the positive market sentiment caused by the news from Great Britain.

Canadian Dollar Weakens on Falling Crude Prices, Mixed Data

The Canadian dollar is weakening against its American counterpart on Monday, driven by falling crude prices and mixed economic data. The loonie was looking to extend the momentum following last week’s upbeat jobs report, but it has since joined other commodity currencies in the decline.

US Dollar Falls on Weak Jobs Report, Capped by Strong Consumer Sentiment

The US dollar is tumbling at the end of the trading week as a new jobs report was weaker than expected. The greenback’s losses were capped on a new survey that found consumer sentiment remains strong. With the equities markets in shambles, and the Federal Reserve behaving in a dovish manner, it is possible that the buck’s 2018 ascent may crumble heading into 2019.

US Dollar Declines amid Falling Treasury Yields, Disappointing Employment Data

The US dollar declined against its major peers today despite the risk-negative sentiment. Market analysts explained the drop by falling Treasury yields and disappointing employment data.

Canadian Dollar Weakens on Falling Oil Prices, Bearish BOC Warning

The Canadian dollar is tumbling on Thursday as the price of oil plunges and the Bank of Canada (BOC) issues another bearish warning about the national economy. The loonie has performed poorly against the greenback, sliding nearly 1% over the last week and 7% so far this year.

Yen Gains as Risk Aversion Allows to Ignore Comments from BoJ Chief

The Japanese yen gained on its most-traded rivals today, propelled higher by risk aversion. The general negative market sentiment allowed the currency to ignore dovish comments from the central bank’s chief.

Canadian Dollar Tanks on Dovish BoC

The Canadian dollar sank today following the release of a surprisingly dovish policy statement from the Bank of Canada. The currency traded at the lowest level since September against most of its major rivals, while against the US dollar the loonie touched the lows not seen since June 2017.

Aussie Mixed After RBA, Current Account

The Australian dollar was mixed today after the nation’s central bank kept interest rates unchanged, while the current account deficit narrowed.

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