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Euro vs dollar set to move higher

The euro vs dollar closed firmly higher on Friday, ending the forex trading session with a wide spread up bar, supported by strong buying volume, and closing at 1.3129, having broken above the psychological 1.3000 level earlier in the day. This bullish trend in the...

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The euro vs dollar continues in bullish tone

The EUR/USD continues to defy all the market analysts who had consigned the euro to the history books as it plumbed the lows of 1.2000, back in late July, and since then the euro shorts have been covering their longer term positions, as the currency...

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Euro vs Dollar 1 Dec 2010

The euro continued its bearish slide lower yesterday ending the forex trading session as a wide spread down bar making it 7 sessions in a row, and, more importantly, breaking below the critical 200 day moving average which sits at USD1.3121.  The euro was given...

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Euro vs Dollar 22 Nov 2010

Thin markets & the closure of trading books for the end of the year are likely to lead some volatile and unpredictable trading patterns over the next few weeks, all of which is not helped by the current uncertainty surrounding the euro.  Whilst fears have...

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Euro vs Dollar 9 Nov 2010

Yesterday’s wide spread down candle on the euro vs dollar chart pushed the euro to dollar below both the 9 and 14 day moving averages and closing the trading day at USD1.3863.  Much of this downwards momentum was generated by the fundamental landscape where market...

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Euro vs Dollar 8 Nov 2010

An interesting signal on the euro to dollar chart with Friday’s price action resulting in a wide spread down candle aka a bearish engulfing which suggests that we may see a short term re-tracement for the euro to dollar.  Indeed in early trading so far...

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Euro vs Dollar – Daily Forex Analysis

With yesterday’s unprecedented day of fundamental news now firmly behind us the markets have duly spoken as the FED finally lifted its skirts to reveal what lay beneath – a quantitative easing programme to the tune of $600bn.  As expected this triggered a sell off...

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