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Euro Stable Despite Poor Eurozone Data, ECB Policy Outlook

The euro fell a bit versus some rivals but was about flat versus most of them on Tuesday. That was a surprisingly good performance considering that eurozone macroeconomic data released during Tuesday’s session was universally bad. The monetary policy outlook was also negative for the currency.

Euro Mostly Little Changed Despite Dismal Manufacturing PMIs

The euro was little changed for the most part on Monday. While the currency fell versus some of its rivals, it managed to gain on the Great Britain pound. Overall, the euro’s performance was fairly good considering that manufacturing indices were rather bad in the most regions of the eurozone, except for France, as well as in the whole eurozone itself.

Euro Rallies Higher Despite Italian Political Uncertainty

The euro today rallied higher into the early European session despite rumours that the Italian government would call for an early election on October 23rd. The EUR/USD currency pair fell after the release of weak German trade balance data for June, which shrunk more than expected.

Euro Soft as Domestic Data Hurts

The euro was soft today. While the currency managed to gain on the US dollar thanks to the dovish Federal Reserve, unfavorable domestic macroeconomic data prevented the euro from rising against other most-traded rivals.

Euro Mixed After Poor Macroeconomic Reports

The euro was trading mixed today, falling against some majors, including the US dollar and the Great Britain pound, but rising versus safe haven currencies. Macroeconomic data in the eurozone was mostly poor and put downward pressure on the currency.

Euro Recovers From Yesterday’s Flash Crash Ahead of US Data

The euro today was on a recovery path following yesterday’s “flash crash” that was triggered by Apple’s profit warning based on the economic slowdown in China. The EUR/USD was also under pressure due to the decline in German bond yields and the placing into administration of an Italian bank by the ECB.

Euro Rallies After Fed’s Statement, EU-Italy Budget Deal, Economic Data

The euro was very strong today against the majority of most-traded currencies with the exception of the extremely strong Japanese yen. The budget deal between Italy and the European Union, the dovish policy statement of the Federal Reserve, and positive macroeconomic data in the eurozone — all those factors contributed to the rally of the shared 19-nation currency.

Euro Falls on Weak German GDP Growth as Italian Crisis Persists

The euro today fell significantly against the US dollar following the release of weak German GDP growth data in the early European session. The single currency’s decline was further accelerated by the risk-off market sentiment as investors waited for the resolution of the ongoing Italian budget crisis.

Euro Rallies Higher on Positive Sentiment Amid Italy’s Defiance

The euro today rallied higher against the US dollar driven by positive market sentiment backed by investors’ expectations of a future US-China trade deal. However, the single currency’s rally was significantly hampered by the ongoing standoff between the EU and Italy regarding its 2019 budget plans.

Euro Soft on Continuing Clash Over Italy’s Budget, Fed’s Hawkish Stance

The euro traded lower against most of its major rivals today, though managed to gain on the Great Britain pound, which itself was very soft. The shared 19-nation currency was heading to end week either flat, losing earlier gains, or lower versus its most-traded peers.

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