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Greenback’s Recovery is Intact

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marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 21, 2017

The prospect of tax reform and a Fed hike in December, with expectations of more next year,helped lift the dollar broadly last week. Although the Japanese election and ECB meeting lie ahead, the fundamental backdrop for dollar looks constructive. […]

Great Graphic: The Euro’s Complicated Top

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marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / Oct 18, 2017

This Great Graphic depicts the top the euro is carving. We suggest that several fundamental developments lie behind the price action. Interest rate differentials are widening interest rate differentials favoring the US. Speculative market positioning is leaning heavily long […]

How The Euro Keeps Defying Doomsayers

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zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Oct 12, 2017 6:05 AM

In his latest Macro View, Richard Jones, an FX strategist who writes for Bloomberg, explains the resilience behind the common currency which has ignored every adverse piece of news thrown at it, and identifies the one main […]

Brief Thoughts on the Euro

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 10, 2017

The euro peaked a month ago near $1.2090. It recorded a low near $1.1670 after the weather-skewed US jobs data seen at the end of last week. The euro recovered from the weekend and set new session highs late US dealings. That reversal pattern marks […]

Asian Metals Market Update: October-03-2017

news.goldseek.com / By: Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants / 3 October 2017

Technically gold and silver are bearish and can fall further. Copper looks bearish. The Euro/usd will see another wave of sell off if it trades below 1.1682 today. The US dollar looks strong due to European woes. Lack of Chinese influence can be seen […]

Greenback’s Weekly Technical Condition Suggests Medium-Term Trend has Changed

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 1, 2017

The dollar’s technical tone is nuanced. The short-run advance may have a bit more room to extend, but many of the daily technical studies are getting stretched. However, the technical indicators of the weekly bar charts are considerably more constructive. The general takeaway is that […]

EUR/USD and Bearish Formation on Horizon

sunshineprofits.com / NADIA SIMMONS / SEPTEMBER 25, 2017

Earlier today, the euro extended losses against the greenback, which resulted in a breakdown below the lower border of the trend channel. Will this bearish development trigger a bigger move to the downside in the coming week.

EUR/USD

Looking at the charts from the broader perspective, we […]

SocGen: “If Anyone Thought That Populism Isn’t A Threat To EU, Today’s Vote Is A Wake-up Call”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 24, 2017

Earlier today, we said that as more sellside commentary on today’s startling German election result came out, the knives would be out for the Euro. Sure enough, that’s precisely what happened, and nobody captures the sour mood better than SocGen’s FX strategist Kit Juckes who […]

Euro and Kiwi Dragged Lower

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 25, 2017

The end of the Grand Coalition in Germany and the need for a coalition in New Zealand are weighing on the respective currencies. The euro was marked down in Asia and briefly dipped below $1.19 before recovering to $1.1940 by the middle of the Asian […]

In Major Disappointment, Merkel Wins German Election Despite Worst Result Since 1949; AfD Surges To Enter Parliament

Germany, ARD exit poll: Far-right #AfD (ENF) second strongest party in former Eastern Germany. #btw17 #Wahl17 pic.twitter.com/wXwzFlZ2Zp

— Europe Elects (@EuropeElects) September 24, 2017

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 24, 2017 12:06 PM

Update: FX markets just opened and as expected there is some Euro-selling pressure in the early […]

Catalonia Independence Vote October 1st

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Sep 21, 2017

The Spanish government refuses to listen to anything from Catalonia and announced it would intervene in Catalonia’s finances to ensure that “not one euro” of public money was used to fund the “illegal” vote. Meanwhile, the Spanish police arrested 13 people in the region […]

Euro Tumbles On Report ECB Is “Concerned And Divided” Over End To QE

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 19, 2017 7:37 AM

Talk ’em up, then slam ’em down.

The familiar pattern of “clear and transparent” central bank communication was on full display moments ago, when following months of build up to an ECB taper announcement, the ECB used its favorite mouthpiece, Reuters, to “trial […]

Sterling Shines While Euro Stalls in Front of $1.20

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 13, 2017

(The next leg of the business trip takes me to Frankfurt. Sporadic updates will continue) Sterling has extended yesterday’s gains scored in response to the slightly higher than expected August CPI. It is trading at its best levels since last September. Chancellor Hammond’s suggest that […]

Shares of the Swiss National Bank Soar 64% in Two Months

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Sep 11, 2017

What the heck is going on?

The central bank of Switzerland has become a huge hedge fund since it decided in January 2015 to print Swiss francs — for which there is huge global demand — and sell these freshly created francs to buy […]

Three of Italy’s Top Four Political Parties Seek a New Parallel Currency

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / September 11, 2017

In a bid to appeal to the growing anti-euro sentiment in Italy, three of Italy’s biggest political parties seek a dual currency.

Italy’s leading opposition parties are calling for the introduction of a parallel currency to the euro, which they say will boost growth and […]

Gold Prices Probe Key $1356 Level

financialsense.com / ADRIAN ASH / 09/08/2017

Gold prices fell below $1350 per ounce Friday lunchtime in London, cutting the metal’s weekly Dollar gain to 1.7% and heading for a loss against other major currencies after touching a new 12-month high for US investors at what some chart analysts called a key level.

The Euro rose […]

The Euro & the Dollar

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Sep 8, 2017

Nothing has yet changed. We are still 500 points away from the start of important resistance. Keep in mind that theONLY way to break the bank of the monetary system will be a STRONG DOLLAR – not a weaker on. People far too often make […]

Draghi Does not Stop Euro from Rising

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 7, 2017

Draghi talked but said little new. As the leaks suggested, the calibration of the asset purchases will be announced next month. However, Draghi left no doubt that substantial accommodation is still judged necessary, indicating that the bond buying program will be extended into next year, […]

ECB Preview: A Trapped Mario Draghi Makes A Decision

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 7, 2017

After a barrage of media trial balloons (as recently as today) meant to temper the enthusiasm of Euro bulls now that the EURUSD is back to 1.20 and threatening European corporate profitability, Mario Draghi’s Sintra hawkishness is a distant memory.

And so, with the ECB’s […]

Euro Pumps’n’Dumps After ECB Signals Delay On QE Decision

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 1, 2017 9:03 AM

Having spiked briefly on the back of dollar weakness following a piss-poor payrolls print, EURUSD is tumbling back to unchanged on the day after Bloomberg reports that European Central Bank policy makers may not be ready to finalize their decision on next year’s […]

Euro Tumbles, Bunds Spike On Report ECB “Growing Worried” About Strong Currency

zerohedge.com /by Tyler Durden / Aug 31, 2017 6:25 AM

It’s time to start worrying about currency wars again.

Moments ago, with the EURUSD trading just shy of 1.19 and having risen above the “red line in the sand for corporate profits” 1.20 mark earlier in the week, the ECB again used its favorite […]

Futures Flat As Gasoline Soars On Harvey Devastation, Rising Euro Sends European Stocks Lower

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 28, 2017

With billions in economic losses and unknown supply chain shocks to come following devastating and historic flooding in Texas, S&P futures are virtually unchanged (down less than 0.1% at time of writing) while European and Asian shares are modestly lower as oil was little […]

Euro Flirting with Near-Term Downtrend

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / August 21, 2017

After consolidating in the Asian session and European morning, the euro has been bid higher in North America. It is testing a downtrend line, drawn off the year’s high set in early August near $1.1910, as depicted in this Great Graphic, composed on Bloomberg. It […]

S&P Futures, Euro, Stocks Fall After Fed’s Low Inflation Warning

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 17, 2017

S&P futures, European stocks and bond yields all fell in early trade alongside oil and the euro after the latest Fed minutes expressed concern over weak U.S. inflation, while Asian equities rose overnight ahead of WalMart earnings and the latest ECB minutes. Gold rose as […]

Euro Softens on Crosses, Treasuries Stabilize

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / August 17, 2017

The US dollar had steadied after softening in the North American afternoon yesterday when the dissolution of President Trump’s business councils as a series of executives stepped down. The FOMC minutes added more fuel to the move. The market responded to the minutes by selling […]