euro exchange rate today

Summary:

  • The euro opened strong on Wednesday in the wake of U.S treasury yields surging.
  • Inflation for the eurozone hit record levels in April.
  • The Australian Dollar has been unmoved by an outstanding trade balance that beat market expectations.
  • EUR/JPY

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Euro and US Dollar

The market is reflecting mixed market signals for this currency pair. The euro opened strong on Wednesday in the wake of U.S treasury yields surging. The U.S economic data that has been released this week has been strong, which has given the market confidence around the hiking cycle. This sentiment comes in contrast to last week's sentiment of an overconfident Federal Reserve.

The eurozone is under pressure in the wake of the Russian oil embargo with the possibility of Russia retaliating by potentially cutting off gas from the reg

Euro slips after soft German data

Euro (EUR) slips after soft German data

Kenny Fisher Kenny Fisher 05.05.2022 15:45
The euro is under pressure and is trading at 1.0557, down 0.58% on the day. This follows a spectacular session on Wednesday, when EUR/USD jumped 0.94%, its best one-day showing since March.   German Factory Orders slide German factory orders plunged 4.7% MoM in March, after a decline of 0.8% in February. The sharp drop caught the markets off guard, as the consensus estimate stood at -1.1%. The weak release reflects ongoing difficulties for the manufacturing sector, which is grappling with supply chain disruptions and higher costs. The harsh Covid lockdowns in China are likely to exacerbate the situation, as almost half of German companies rely on imports from China, according to an Ifo survey.   Germany’s economy will have another headache to deal with, as the EU has confirmed that it will terminate all imports of Russian oil by the end of the year. Germany had originally opposed this move, since it imports 25% of its oil requirements from Russia. The German government is now saying that it can manage without Russian oil, but it’s clear that the move will boost inflation, dampen growth and could even push the economy into a recession.   There were no surprises from the Federal Reserve meeting, as the central bank raised rates by a half-point, the largest increase in 20 years. The Fed signalled that it will deliver additional half-point hikes in June and July, with Fed Chair Powell stating that the FOMC was not “actively considering” a 0.75% increase. This news sent the US dollar broadly lower, although I expect the greenback to resume its upswing without much difficulty.   The Fed is also implementing quantitative tightening with a reduction in the balance sheet. Starting in June, the Fed will sell USD 45 billion/mth in assets, which will climb to USD 95 billion/mth in September. The financial markets reacted positively to the Fed’s moves, as investors believe that the Fed’s rate hikes can curb inflation while ensuring a soft landing for the economy and avoiding a recession.     EUR/USD Technical There is resistance at 1.0612 and 1.0699 1.0408 is providing support, followed by 1.0321       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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(DJIA) Dow Jones Index Rising, Investors Confidence In The Euro Is Looking Bullish As ECB Confirm Interest Rate Increases

Rebecca Duthie Rebecca Duthie 23.05.2022 21:56
Summary: President Joe Biden's announcement of possible easing of tariffs on goods from China fairing well for U.S stocks. Euro expected to continue strengthening. Read next: Xpeng (XPEV) Earnings Results Cause Share Price To Fall  U.S stocks showing signs of recovery The Dow Jones Index rose almost 2% during the trading day on Monday. U.S stocks recovered on Monday in the wake of investors coming-off a 7 week losing streak. The recovery comes after investors received some fresh-trade related information from the Biden Administration. On Monday President Joe Biden announced that he was considering easing tariffs on Chinese goods due to the belief that the tariffs caused financial harm on consumers and businesses. DJIA Price Chart ECB Interest rate hike is confirmed The Euro exchange rate performed well on Monday thanks to the European Central Bank's president confirming that there will be interest rate hikes in July. The Euro responded well to this information and strengthened against both the US Dollar and the Pound. Leading up to the confirmation of the rising interest rates, the Euro had been strengthening, in the wake of the interest rates being risen, investors believe that the Euro will continue to strengthen. Read next: Altcoins: Ripple Crypto - What Is Ripple (XRP)? Price Of XRP | FXMAG.COM Sources: finance.yahoo.com, poundsterlinglive.com Follow FXMAG.COM on Google News
The Euro Opened Strong On Wednesday Against The US Dollar (EUR/USD), Euro Could Continue Gaining On The GBP (EUR/GBP), Australia’s Trade Balance Beats Market Expectations (AUD/USD), EUR/JPY

The Euro Opened Strong On Wednesday Against The US Dollar (EUR/USD), Euro Could Continue Gaining On The GBP (EUR/GBP), Australia’s Trade Balance Beats Market Expectations (AUD/USD), EUR/JPY

Rebecca Duthie Rebecca Duthie 02.06.2022 18:31
Summary: The euro opened strong on Wednesday in the wake of U.S treasury yields surging. Inflation for the eurozone hit record levels in April. The Australian Dollar has been unmoved by an outstanding trade balance that beat market expectations. EUR/JPY Read next: EuroZone Inflation Exceeds Market Expectations (EUR/USD) (EUR/GBP), New Zealand Economy Will Benefit From China’s Lockdown Easing (GBP/NZD), GBP Bullish (GBP/USD)  Euro and US Dollar The market is reflecting mixed market signals for this currency pair. The euro opened strong on Wednesday in the wake of U.S treasury yields surging. The U.S economic data that has been released this week has been strong, which has given the market confidence around the hiking cycle. This sentiment comes in contrast to last week's sentiment of an overconfident Federal Reserve. The eurozone is under pressure in the wake of the Russian oil embargo with the possibility of Russia retaliating by potentially cutting off gas from the region, which may aggravate an already bad inflation situation and risk downside potential for the euro. EUR/USD Price Chart Eurozone inflation hit record highs The market is reflecting mixed market signals for this currency pair. Inflation for the eurozone hit record levels in April, this means that it may be more likely that the European Central Bank (ECB) may implement a 50 basis point rate hike before the year-end. If this were to go through, it could underscore the Euro’s already steady rebound against the US Dollar and the Pound Sterling. EUR/GBP Price Chart Australian Dollar benefitting from a trade balance that beat expectations The market is reflecting bullish market signals for this currency pair. The Australian Dollar has been unmoved by an outstanding trade balance that beat market expectations. In addition, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) published their commodity price index (CPI) that accounts for the composition of Australian commodity exports yesterday. AUD/USD Price Chart The Japanese Yen weakened The market is reflecting mixed market signals for this currency pair. The Japanese data revealed a jobless rate that exceeded market expectations, but retail sales stayed at 0.8% for April. The mood was then turned bad with a miss in industrial production. It was anticipated at -0.2% but came in at -1.3% for the month of April. The Japanese Yen weakened on this news as well as the higher oil price taking its toll on the energy importing economy. EUR/JPY Price Chart   Sources: finance.yahoo.com, poundsterlinglive.com, dailyfx.com

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