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EUR Daily Review August 1, 2018

EUR Daily Review for August 1, 2018

Euro and US Dollar Focused on Fed, May Look Past Key Data

The Euro and the US Dollar are likely to look past incoming economic growth and inflation data as all eyes turn the Fed monetary policy

 

EUR/USD well supported at 1.1700 ahead of CPI, GDP

The bid tone around the European currency remains well and sound during the first half of the week, motivating EUR/USD to reclaim the area above the k

 

EURUSD Price Analysis: Euro Rally Nearing Resistance

The latest EURUSD uptick has seen the 1.1700 area taken out with the pair now looking at the July high of 1.1791. Headwinds however as

 

Eurozone GDP Growth Eases Modestly But Remains Healthy

Economic growth in the Eurozone dipped to 0.3% quarter/quarter in Q2, down from 0.4%, and year/year expansion slipped to 2.1% from 2.5% but EURUSD is

 

Eurozone: GDP growth weakens further, inflation higher to 2.1% – ING

Bert Colijn, Senior Economist at ING, notes that the Eurozone economy grew by just 0.3% QoQ in the second quarter with inflation increasing to above 2

 

EUR/USD near daily tops around 1.1730 on EMU CPI, GDP

The buying pressure around the European currency stays unabated so far today and is now lifting EUR/USD to test fresh daily highs in the 1.1730 area.

 

Euro-zone prelim flash GDP steady at 0.3% q/q, yearly rate eases to 2.1%

The Euro-zone economy is estimated to have expanded by 0.3% during the three months to June 2018, according to a preliminary flash estimate published

 

Euro-zone CPI expected to rise 2.1% y/y in July, beats estimates

According to the flash estimates released this Tuesday, the Euro-zone consumer inflation, as measured by the headline CPI, is seen rising 2.1% y/y in

 

European Monetary Union Consumer Price Index – Core (YoY) above expectations (1%) in July: Actual (1.1%)

European Monetary Union Consumer Price Index – Core (YoY) above expectations (1%) in July: Actual (1.1%)

 

European Monetary Union Consumer Price Index (YoY) above expectations (2%) in July: Actual (2.1%)

European Monetary Union Consumer Price Index (YoY) above expectations (2%) in July: Actual (2.1%)

 

Live Data Coverage Eurozone Inflation and Q2 GDP 2018

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US Dollar Bounce From Support, Yen Drops, EUR/USD Tests Resistance

Yen weakness is on the return after last night’s BoJ meeting, and another strong inflation print out of Europe has helped to produce another resistance

 

EUR/USD Gains Weigh on DXY Index; Sideways Price Action Eyed

A quieter economic calendar during Tuesday’s North American trading session should keep markets calm ahead of tomorrow’s FOMC meeting.

 

Euro macro: eurozone recovery to continue at a more modest rate – ABN

Nick Kounis, Head of Financial Markets research at ABN AMRO explained that the EZ GDP data this morning confirmed the slowdown in the eurozone economy

 

EUR/GBP: offered but any deeper dips to hold down at 0.8818

EUR/GBP had continued to with its crusade towards the top of the ascending channel, rallying from 0.8880 yesterday and onto 0.8937 into the London fix

 

Eurozone real GDP to grow roughly 2 percent this year and in 2019 – Wells Fargo

According to analysts from Wells Fargo, the Eurozone economy will grow near 2% during 2018 and they point to the trade war as a…

 

EUR/USD: bearish continuation triangle in play, dollar catches a bid on strong US data

The US dollar has picked up a bid as we progress through the North American session. Subsequently, EUR/USD has turned offered away from the European h

 

EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast August 1, 2018

The EUR/USD pair initially tried to break out during the trading session on Tuesday, reaching towards the 1.1750 level. We have turned around of form a massi…

 

EUR/USD defends 20-month MA for the third consecutive month

The EUR/USD could be in for a stronger rally to 1.20, having defended the 20-month moving average for the third straight month in July. The monthly c

 

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