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25 September, 2017
Euro is noticeably declining today in response to the results of the elections in Germany. The European single currency is traded as the second weakest, next to the New Zealand dollar...
Dollar in USD/JPY hit support under 112.00, offers are marked at 112.35, 112.50-55, 112.75-80, 113.00, 113.20 and 113.50. Bids appeared at 111.80-90, 111.65, 111.50, 111.35, 111.20 and 111.00...
The GBP/USD pair has retreated. Offers are at 1.3540, 1.3555, 1.3575-85, 1.3600, 1.3620 and 1.3650. Bids are at 1.3500, 1.3485, 1.3470, 1.3450, 1.3430 and 1.3400...
Despite the fact that Angela Merkel won the election, the single currency has declined, but it’s expected to quickly recover. New Zealand dollar is muted after the election...
22 September, 2017
The Japanese yen is currently trading higher with the resumption of geopolitical risks. North Korea threatens to launch hydrogen bomb in Pacific Ocean, in response to US President Donald Trump's provocation. But still, the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc remain the weakest major currencies...
GBP/USD traded in a tight diapason, offers are reported at 1.3600, 1.3620, 1.3650-55, 1.3670, 1.3685 and 1.3700. Bids are noted at 1.3535-40, 1.3500, 1.3475, 1.3455-60 and 1.3430...
Japanese Yen has risen but Asian stocks have declined as North Korea reacted on Trump’s “totally destroy” statement. The US President issued an executive order to put trade embargo on North Korea. Pyongyang claimed it would fight back, using a hydrogen bomb. Kim Jong Un released a statement, where he condemns and insults Trump, saying that the latter is unable to be the President. The greenback is a little lower, Australian and New Zealand dollars weakened. The single currency and Pound are waiting for the German election and Theresa May’s Brexit speech...
21 September, 2017
Euro in EUR/USD has recommenced after the decline to 1.1861, offers are registered at 1.1925, 1.1950, 1.1980, 1.2000, 1.2020-25 and 1.2050. Bids appeared at 1.1990, 1.19875, 1.1860, 1.1845-50, 1.1820 and 1.1800...
The US dollar remains stable against most currencies, except the euro and the British pound. Better than expected, employment data did not support the dollar. Initial jobless claims in the US fell by 23.000 to 259.000, seasonally adjusted for the week ending September 16...
The GBP/USD pair traded in a narrow range. Offers are at 1.3520, 1.3535, 1.3550-55, 1.3570, 1.3585, 1.3600, 1.3620 and 1.3650. Bids are at 1.3475, 1.3455-60, 1.3430, 1.3400, 1.3380, 1.3365, 1.3350 and 1.3300...
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