The euro ended the day down -0.50% lower vs the USD, but stayed firm against the Japanese Yen with a rally towards the end of European session and slightly giving back gains late in the US session.
Eurozone was revised slightly higher in the final report for October. A 0.1% monthly increase in the CPI was in line with expectations and enough to lift the 0% yearly rate estimated in the flash data a tick higher to 0.1 percent. This was up 0.2% from its final September mark and that has month's decline.
Looking forward today we have ( CPI ) reports from the United Kingdom and the United states. With the DXY ( US dollar ) approaching the key 100 , it should be interesting to see if it’s enough to set-off another rally heading into mid-week.