Currency Exchange Rate News 13-03-2014

Overnight Currency News Us Dollar Exchange Rate The dollar has weakened off this morning due to US data to be released this afternoon ‘Retail sales and Initial jobless claims’. Stanley Fischer, nominee to be Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s deputy, said the U.S. economy still needs stimulus to combat unemployment ahead of a report projected […]

Forex Traders continue to buy Euros

The Pound exchange rate remains well supported by continued strength in domestic data, but has slipped back against the Euro Exchange Rate in recent days following the lack of any new easing action at the ECB meeting. Why Forex Traders continue to buy Euros is a mystery that leaves me scratching my head. While Pound […]

Why do FX traders continue to Buy Euros

Well A chart is worth a thousand words – sums up the Euro exchange rate against the pound this week. Argh the ECB cant see the word from the trees and Draghi preformed the Emperors New Clothes performance of a lifetime to convince the FOREX market to buy Euros despite countless evidence to do the […]

US Payrolls will drive the Forex markets today

Morning All, After watching the pound to euros exchange rate get kicked in the nuts today we have the US payroll figures. The Pound to US Dollar exchange rate did make me smile with it finally getting back above 1.6750, the question is can it go higher – we are hoping that cable will now […]

Does Draghi Love buying Euros

Does Draghi Love Buying Euros because he has talked up the Euro exchange rate so much today it is hard to believe he hasn’t taken a punt himself and needs the exchange rate to go higher. If he has his way the pounds to euros exchange rate will be sub 1.2000 and the Euro to […]

ECB talks up Europe and the Euro exchange rate

ECB talks up Europe and the Euro exchange rate again – don’t worry about the fundamentals of high youth unemployment, falling house prices in southern Europe especially the Spanish Property Market – these things don’t matter. The ECB predict that inflation will soar to 1.1% and that growth will be 1.2% – which is piss […]