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EUR Daily Review November 10, 2017

EUR Daily Review for November 10, 2017

European Shares Set To Open On Firm Note

European stocks may open higher on Thursday as encouraging inflation data out of China pointed to a pickup in global demand and oil prices held stable after slipping overnight on data showing a surprise build in crude inventories.

 

European Economics Preview: Germany’s Foreign Trade Data Due

Foreign trade data from Germany is due on Thursday, headlining a light day for the European economic news..

 

Euro Steadies as Data, Comments Suggest Robust Euro-Zone Growth

The Euro has stabilized after EURUSD hit a near four-month low Tuesday as evidence grows that the Euro-Zone economy is prospering.

 

Eurozone to grow at fastest rate in a decade in 2017, says EU

The eurozone economy is on track to grow at its fastest rate in a decade this year, boosted by robust job creation, rising investment and decreasing d

 

ECB’s Coeure Says Growth Policies Independent Of Monetary Policy Needed

There is an urgent need for having growth policies that are not entirely based on monetary policy as interest rates cannot remain low for long, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said Thursday.

 

EU Sees Eurozone 2017 Growth At Decade High

Eurozone is set for its fastest growth in a decade this year, the European Commission said on Thursday, thanks to resilient private consumption, stronger global growth and falling unemployment.

 

European Shares Subdued Amid Flurry Of Earnings

European stocks were subdued in cautious trade on Thursday as investors digested a flurry of earning reports and kept an eye on the second day of U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to Beijing.

 

EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast November 10, 2017

The EUR/USD pair rallied a bit during the day on Thursday, as we continue to consolidate between the 1.16 level on the bottom, and the 1.17 level at the top….

 

How the Orientation of S&P 500, EUR/USD and Other Charts Prompts Bias

A difficulty in grasping a short view on the market carries over often to trading FX. When you take a position in a spot exchange

 

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