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  • UK CPI inflation data came in at 9.1% for May.
  • BoJ remaining dovish.
  • Fears of a recession loom.

Read next: ECB’s Christine Lagarde Eased Fears (EUR/USD, EUR/CHF), Expectations Of A More Hawkish BoE Strengthen (EUR/GBP, GBP/USD) 

ECB could benefit from QEQT combination

The market is reflecting bullish signals for this currency pair. The Euro currency could benefit if the European Central Bank (ECB) uses the European continent's fragmented economic landscape to its advantage by combining both quantitative easing (QE) and quantitative tightening (QT) to normalise monetary policy by minimising upset.

The Euro has been recovering against the US Dollar this week. Concerns over a recession in the US have grown as the Fed continue on their hawkish path of fighting inflation.

Fears Of Recession Loom (EUR/USD), UK CPI Inflation Data 9.1% For May (EUR/GBP), Surprisingly Strong Canadian Inflation Data (USD/CAD), EUR/JPY - 1 EUR/USD Price Chart

UK CPI inflation data met market expectations

The market is reflecting bearish signals for this currency pair. The pound sterling weakened against the Euro in the direct wak

British pound (GBP/USD). Sterling falls below 1.23

British pound (GBP/USD). Sterling falls below 1.23!

Kenny Fisher Kenny Fisher 06.05.2022 12:22
The British pound has stabilized on Friday, after sustaining huge losses a day earlier. GBP/USD is trading at 1.2342 in the European session, down 0.11%. Earlier, the currency fell to 1.2276, its lowest level since June 2020.   BoE warning chills the pound The BoE dutifully raised interest rates at its meeting on Thursday, but the market reception was a chilly one. GBP/USD plummeted a staggering 2.21% on the day. Investors gave a thumbs-down to the grim message from the central bank, as a fourth straight rate hike in as many meetings became an afterthought. The BoE’s growth forecast for 2022 remained at 3.75%, but it slashed the 2023 projection from 1.25% to -0.25%. At the same time, the central revised upwards its inflation forecast for Q4 to above 10%, up from 8% in an April forecast. The ‘double-whammy’ of higher rates and a deteriorating economic outlook sent the British pound reeling after the BoE meeting. The rate decision was a 6-3 vote, with all three dissenters voting in favor of a 0.50% rate hike. This surprised the markets, which had expected an 8-1 vote. There is a deep split in the MPC, with Governor Bailey acknowledging after the meeting that an uncertain economic outlook had led to a range of views in the MPC. Such a statement can hardly be expected to instill confidence in the markets. In its policy summary, the BoE signalled that more rate hikes are coming, and also dropped the word “modest” to describe upcoming rate hikes. Yet the markets were not impressed  – the 0.25% was modest, and with the BoE warning about 10% inflation, it’s clear that it will take quite some time before rate hikes do the job and wrestle down sizzling inflation. The US dollar initially lost ground after the Fed rate decision on Wednesday, as investors seized on Fed Chair Powell’s statement that the Fed was not considering a 0.75% rate hike. The greenback has since bounced back, as the markets digest that the Fed plans to be aggressive with further 0.50% hikes in its battle to bring down inflation.   GBP/USD Technical There is resistance at 1.2612 and 1.2719 GBP/USD tested support at 1.2272 in the Asian session. Below there is support at 1.2179           This article is for general information purposes only. It is not investment advice or a solution to buy or sell securities. Opinions are the authors; not necessarily that of OANDA Corporation or any of its affiliates, subsidiaries, officers or directors. Leveraged trading is high risk and not suitable for all. You could lose all of your deposited funds.
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(EUR/USD) USD Continues To Rally, (EUR/GBP) Pound Sterling Unlikely To See Relief, (EUR/CHF, AUD/NZD) - Good Morning Forex!

Rebecca Duthie Rebecca Duthie 12.05.2022 11:57
Summary: The US Dollar continues to rally in the wake of the U.S CPI report. GBP is likely to see currency value weaken in the future. Market participants expect to see some strength in the EUR. Is the AUD starting to lose momentum? Read next: (EUR/USD) German Inflation Meets Forecasts, Pound Sterling Continues To Weaken (EUR/GBP, GBP/USD), (EUR/JPY) Japanese Yen Strengthens As Investors Seek Safe-Haven Assets - Good Morning Forex!  The US Dollar continues to strengthen against the EUR   The market is signalling bearish market sentiment for the EUR/USD currency pair. During early trading on Thursday the US Dollar strengthened to a two-decade high after U.S inflation remained high. The U.S CPI report revealed that although inflation could likely have reached its peak, it is still high and the Fed’s current aggressive tightening of monetary policy is likely to remain aggressive. This is causing the US Dollar to strengthen even further against the EURO. EUR/USD Price Chart Pound Sterling is likely to continue to weaken. The market sentiment for this currency pair is showing bullish signals. However, during early trading on Thursday the price of this currency pair has lost value. Going forward it is likely that the market will see a Pound Sterling that continues to weaken in the wake of rising prices and inflation. The combination of a government unwilling to help and an inflation-weary UK public are two factors that will contribute to the further weakening of the GBP. In addition, it is expected that the Pound Sterling is likely to fall further against the Euro and USD as the economic outlook in the UK deteriorates and prompts the Bank of England (BoE) to ease the rising interest rates. EUR/GBP Price Chart EUR expected to strengthen against CHF The market sentiment for this currency pair is showing bullish signals. Investors expect the EUR to strengthen against the CHF. Market participants expect the European Central Bank (ECB) to raise interest rates for the first time in more than 10 years in the summer. Whilst the Swiss National Bank (SNB) remains dovish in their fight against inflation. EUR/CHF Price Chart NZD strengthens slightly against the AUD After the National Australia Bank (NAB) increased their interest rates early in May, the AUD/NZD currency pair increased in value. The momentum for this move has somewhat slowed since then. However, the pair still seems to be showing volatility. AUD/NZD Price Chart Read next: (EUR/USD) Wall Street Tanks, Allowing the Euro To Slightly Recover, (EUR/GBP) Goldman Sachs Betting Against GBP, JPY Gets The Better Of The US Dollar And EUR - Good Morning Forex!  Sources: finance.yahoo.com, dailyfx.com, poundsterlinglive.com
USD/CAD Technical Analysis and Trading Tips for June 23, 2022

Fears Of Recession Loom (EUR/USD), UK CPI Inflation Data 9.1% For May (EUR/GBP), Surprisingly Strong Canadian Inflation Data (USD/CAD), EUR/JPY

Rebecca Duthie Rebecca Duthie 22.06.2022 16:27
Summary: UK CPI inflation data came in at 9.1% for May. BoJ remaining dovish. Fears of a recession loom. Read next: ECB’s Christine Lagarde Eased Fears (EUR/USD, EUR/CHF), Expectations Of A More Hawkish BoE Strengthen (EUR/GBP, GBP/USD)  ECB could benefit from QEQT combination The market is reflecting bullish signals for this currency pair. The Euro currency could benefit if the European Central Bank (ECB) uses the European continent's fragmented economic landscape to its advantage by combining both quantitative easing (QE) and quantitative tightening (QT) to normalise monetary policy by minimising upset. The Euro has been recovering against the US Dollar this week. Concerns over a recession in the US have grown as the Fed continue on their hawkish path of fighting inflation. EUR/USD Price Chart UK CPI inflation data met market expectations The market is reflecting bearish signals for this currency pair. The pound sterling weakened against the Euro in the direct wake of the release of UK inflation data which mostly came in as expected, however, some parts of the report came in softer than was expected and could prove supportive of the British pound currency. UK CPI inflation data came in year-on-year in May at 9.1% which beat April's 9.0% and was in-line with the market expectations. EUR/GBP Price Chart USD/CAD The market is slowing mixed market signals for this currency pair. Canadian inflation data came in surprisingly strong for the month of May, which could likely drive investor expectations of a more hawkish Bank of Canada (BoC) interest rate hiking policies going forward, thus likely supporting the Canadian Dollar. USD/CAD Price Chart BoJ Continues to opt out of monetary policy tightening The market is reflecting bullish signals for this currency pair. As the Bank of Japan (BoJ) continues their monetary easing and chooses to stay away from tightening monetary policy, the Euro and other currencies seem to be gaining on the safe-haven asset. EUR/JPY Price Chart Sources: finance.yahoo.com, poundsterlinglive.com, dailyfx.com