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Two Trades To Watch: EUR/USD, Gold - Monday, Apr. 12
April 12, 2021
EUR/USD under pressure ahead of EZ retail sales. Gold struggles to complete double bottom reversal pattern.
Forex Today: U.S. & E.U. Stocks Reach Record Highs
April 06, 2021
April's Bumper Monthly Economic Update
April 01, 2021
ING's Carsten Brzeski looks at what's caught our global team's attention in this month's bumper Monthly Economic Update.
Forex Today: U.S. Stocks Trade At New High
April 01, 2021
US ten-year yields have retreated from their new cycle highs of 1.77% toward 1.70%, allowing the dollar to edge down from its highs. Some bargain-seekers have piled into Treasuries ahead of President...
EUR/USD Technical Analysis: Important Bearish Breakouts
March 31, 2021
The bearish momentum of the EUR/USD continued, reaching a 4-month low at the 1.1710 support. The Forex market and the EUR/USD currency pair will be reacting to a bundle of important European and...
The key to understanding interest rates is to consider the rates banks charge each other for very short-term lending.
Two Trades To Watch: EUR/USD, FTSE - Monday, Mar. 15
March 15, 2021
EUR/USD heads towards 1.19 on higher yields and ahead of Biden's speech. FTSE's recovery stalls at 6800.
Eurozone: industrial production back above pre-Covid levels
March 12, 2021
Industrial production increased by 0.7% in January, continuing the strong recovery into the new year despite lockdowns and input problems.
2020 was a dire year for restaurants and bars across the eurozone. After an initial downturn in the spring, their turnover fell by 45% in the last four months of 2020.
Japan’s Steady Performance To Continue
March 08, 2021
The BOJ intends to maintain its policy objective to keep borrowing costs low to support the economy.
The European Central Bank Has Passed The Point Of No Return
March 06, 2021
The European Central Bank (ECB) is in a crazy race: by buying back sovereign debt, its balance sheet exceeds 70% of the GDP of the eurozone.
EUR/USD Forecast March 1-5 – Euro Sags Below 1.21 At End Of Week
February 28, 2021
EUR/USD was down sharply on Friday and posted a losing week. There are seven events on the calendar this week, including PMIs and eurozone inflation.
Europe Will Not Benefit From Inflation Spike
February 22, 2021
The EU tries to fix the economy without touching the mechanisms that slow it down. High government spending, low productivity, and poor competitiveness.
Eurozone Nowcast Indicator: Creeping Up
February 18, 2021
The biggest jump in the components of the index relates to electricity usage, which is undoubtedly related to the cold weather in large parts of Europe.
Eurozone: Backroom Politics To The Forefront
February 17, 2021
Last year was a good year for eurozone integration. But aside from the vaccination chaos, the potential political fallout looks much less spectacular this year.
Eurozone Industrial Production Resilient Thanks To Exports
February 15, 2021
Production dropped by 1.6% in December, but the general manufacturing environment remains robust. Exports have recovered to pre-crisis levels and this supports the 1Q GDP outlook, which is otherwise...
Pandemic Hits Europe Hard
February 12, 2021
The recession worsened in the fourth quarter of last year, and 2021 is not off to a positive start. The ECB has consequently been providing massive monetary stimulus.
Two Trades To Watch: EUR/USD, WTI
February 10, 2021
Two Trades To Watch: Dax, Brent
February 08, 2021
COVID-19 And The Eurozone Economies In 2021: Darkest Before Dawn?
February 07, 2021
The eurozone economy will continue to be dominated by the coronavirus, much as in 2020. Optimism prevails for the latter part of the year though as vaccinations are expected to boost economic recovery....
The rapidly failing EU
February 04, 2021
With the euro failure, the European Commission is likely to cede power to national interests, heralding a new era of immense political uncertainty as new currencies and government financing...
Dax Forecast: Index Continues Upward Trend
February 03, 2021
The chart of the Dax mirrors almost perfectly the S&P 500, which has also had the exact same setup. When you look at the chart, you see that the 50-day EMA has attracted a certain amount of attention,...
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Some expected that the markets would pick up a hint at the January 21 press conference by Christine Lagarde that a Eurozone interest rate cut is a possibility; they didn’t. As such, less subtle hints...
The Return Of Inflation
January 28, 2021
The return of inflation could be a major theme in markets this year. It will force the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank to balance even more carefully its communication to avoid any taper...
Eurozone: Modest Decline In Sentiment Is Actually Decent News
January 28, 2021
Sentiment was better than expected in January, but we still forecast negative GDP growth in the first quarter. For the European Central Bank, the most important takeaway from the survey is the high...
IFO Trips Up Euro But Equities Hit All Time Highs
January 25, 2021
The Euro was hit by unexpectedly weak IFO readings while equity futures opened the week strongly running to fresh all time highs before pausing in morning European trade.
Germany: Fear Is Back
January 25, 2021
The January Ifo index shows a worsening of both the current assessment and the expectations component and signals a very weak start to the new year for the German economy.