Manufacturer Confidence — News Archive


USD/TRY Trades above 5.80, Bouncing After Falling to Almost 5.70

The USD/TRY currency pair rebounded after falling earlier today. The previous rally of the Turkish lira was a result of many positive factors.

Euro Trades Sideways on Mixed Eurozone PMIs and ECB Minutes

The euro today traded with significant moves in both directions within a wide range as the single currency was buffeted by shifting investor sentiment throughout the session. Investors reacted both positively and negatively to various key developments during the day such as the Markit Germany Services PMI causing the EUR/USD pair to whipsaw within a wide range.

Swedish Krona Falls vs. Euro as Confidence Slips, Rises vs. Dollar

The Swedish krona fell today against the euro, touching the lowest level in a week, after the consumer and manufacturing gauges declined this month, sparking talks about an interest rate cut. The currency advanced versus the US dollar.

South Korean Manufacturers Feel Confident, Won Jumps

The South Korean won climbed today as nation’s manufacturer confidence jumped to the nine-month high and hopes for growth of the US economy boosted prospects for higher-yielding assets of emerging markets.

Euro Strengthens on Positive Economic Reports

The dollar and the yen lost ground against the euro, as an index of services and industrial production in Europe showed better than estimate numbers, creating speculations of an economic recovery in the Eurozone.