The most traded currency pairs in the world are called “the Majors” and the EURUSD leads this group as the most traded pair in the world. This pair represents the world two largest economies and has faced most volatility since the inception of the euro in 1999.
The European currency’s troubles continue as the dollar is fueled by more economic data, high interest rates, and safety-seeking.
Conviction grows that the US dollar will stay well-bid as interest rates aren’t coming down any time soon. Euro bears got bruised.
Can the euro pull itself together after what the ECB did? Or is another hit at parity inevitable? Find out about the latest drama on the EUR/USD.
A painful rate increase amid an economic slowdown? Traders didn’t seem to think this was a great idea. Let’s find out why.
The consumer-price index for August is due out later today. Volatility might slowly start picking up ahead of the release.
An eighth straight week of losses is staring at the European currency as traders flee to the dollar for continued gains.
After a painful August, euro backers are staring at fresh September losses, despite economic data that may suggest a dollar pullback.
The monthly nonfarm payrolls came in above expectations for 170,000, sending the euro soaring by more than 50 pips to levels near $1.09.
The US dollar refuses to give up and, what’s more, it just busted a key long-term support for the first time since November.
The Fed thinks inflation may stay higher for longer. The US dollar wants to soak in all that uncertainty and come out stronger.
The greenback is flexing again with fresh Monday gains across the board. Where could it go next?
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