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EUR/USD - Euro US Dollar

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1.3279 +0.0020    (+0.15%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Euro
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.3259
  • Bid/Ask: 1.3279 / 1.3280
  • Day's Range: 1.3242 - 1.3289
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EUR/USD Analysis

Tiho Brkan
Dollar Strength And Euro Weakness
By Tiho Brkan - Aug 21, 2014

  Source: Short Side of Long Quite a lot of interesting movements in the markets. As we can clearly see in Chart 1, the traded-weighted US Dollar Index has been pushing higher in recent weeks and ...

Dailyfx
EUR/USD In A Precarious Position
By Dailyfx  - Aug 21, 2014

Talking Points EUR/USD Technical Strategy: Shorts Preferred Recovery Doubtful In Absence of Bullish Patterns On The Daily H4 Chart Offers Contrasting Picture As Key Reversal Signal Emerges The EUR/USD...

Kenny Fisher
EUR/USD: Stable But Euro PMIs Raise Concerns
By Kenny Fisher - Aug 21, 2014

The euro is steady on Wednesday, as EUR/USD trades in the mid-1.32 range in the European session. The pair has slipped over a cent this week, and finds itself at its lowest levels since September ...

ICN.com
EUR/USD Sees Sharp Drop, Correction At 1.3230
By ICN.com  - Aug 21, 2014

EUR/USD The pair dropped sharply in the past three days approaching 61.8% correction at 1.3230. In fact, the mentioned level is significant, and despite that further bearishness is expected, we do ...

Forex4you
EUR/USD: down-trend overshadowed by exhaustion
By Forex4you - Aug 21, 2014

The EUR/USD pair has fallen to new lows at 1.3241 but has since rebounded following the release of better-than-expected German PMI data. It has now reached the level of the S1 monthly pivot at about ...

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Habesah Jusoh
Habesah Jusoh Aug 21, 2014 07:50PM GMT
Price value are flat now, if 1 hour doesn't change anything the best word is pause and take some break before down under and tokyo session will start a new movement or sideline then euro session will be the best to lead the signal and direction before Jackson party.

Habesah Jusoh
Habesah Jusoh Aug 21, 2014 07:39PM GMT
Doves fear the Fed will hike too soon and have to get back in the QE game if the economy stalls. . . Hawks fear the Fed will hike too late and asset bubbles will form or inflation will erupt. . . In my view, the economy at this stage is like a small child learning to ride a bicycle. As a concerned parent you want to balance the risk of taking off the training wheels too soon and risking injury with the knowledge that being able to ride a two-wheeler is a rite of passage to greater independence. Too me, the economy feels as though it is ready to take off the training wheels and have a wizz wound the block, all on its own.

Habesah Jusoh
Habesah Jusoh Aug 21, 2014 07:37PM GMT
Copy. paste & go - http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/08/21/five-questions-for-participants-at-feds-jackson-hole-conference/
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