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1.1090 +0.0006    +0.05%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Euro
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.1084
  • Bid/Ask: 1.1089 / 1.1090
  • Day's Range: 1.1081 - 1.1098
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Kathy Lien
Buy Or Sell Euros After Greek Referendum?
By Kathy Lien - Jul 02, 2015

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Buy or Sell Euros after Greek Referendum? Dollar – Non Farm Payrolls Take Backseat to Greek Crisis Sterling Hangs Tight ...

Bill Witherell
France Isn't Greece
By Bill Witherell - Jul 02, 2015

Having lived in France (where I was OECD’s Director for Financial and Enterprise Affairs in Paris) for some 28 years, I try to touch base there once a year. I have recently returned from three ...

Tom Cleveland
How Low Can Euro Go?
By Tom Cleveland - Jul 02, 2015

Euripedes would be proud. Greek Tragedy has once again taken center stage, driven by the foibles and political intrigues of its cast of characters in the same tradition that only a classical Greek ...

USD: Broader Course Unclear
By Dailyfx  - Jul 02, 2015

The medium-term picture at the moment in the FXCM US Dollar Index (equally weighted basket of USD versus EUR, JPY, GBP and AUD) couldn’t be less clear. There is some risk that a broader topping ...

Squeezy And Uneasy
By Alvexo - Jul 02, 2015

The reaction to today’s payroll data gives great insight into current market conditions as the absence of liquidity and transaction volumes sees momentum last minutes instead of hours. Payrolls ...

Kristina Leonova
EUR/USD Continues To Fall
By Kristina Leonova - Jul 02, 2015

Yesterday, during the trading session, the European currency continued to fall, losing 94 points, and reached the level 1.1054 by the end of the day. Greek debt crisis still deeply affects the euro ...

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silas carmine
silas carmine Jul 02, 2015 11:57PM GMT
 Chart: 1.5610 by silas carmine
 Chart: 1.5610 by silas carmine S % R on chart .

mfp 2712
mfp 2712 Jul 02, 2015 08:04PM GMT
I see it will comeback to 1.0550 area.... EUR?USD now will come to be Zombie Market......

Max Mantellaro
Max Mantellaro Jul 02, 2015 06:52PM GMT
I do not understand why someone is so sure about EUR USD being bullish.... Maybe someone may see a symmetric triangle on daily, in that case it could go to 1.13s before heading back to 1.115 area with uncertain continuations.. Since two weeks, I am seeing an upside down W figure forming (double top) 2 tops in 1.146 area and resistance at 1.08, if this is the case (1.08 broken) then 1.04 is definitely next target.. Other two options are rectangle triangles: the bullish one forming if 1.14 resistance will be forming and the bearish one with supports at 1.08.. Do not forget we are in bearish trend anyway and Sunday referendum in Greece will be key.. The only very bullish sign this week was SNB intervention that kept this pair from falling into depths. That has been almost recovered and today's candle is bearish again despite the report (taken as an occasion to short from higher levels).
Mario Las
Mario Las Jul 02, 2015 07:07PM GMT
The euro is heavily oversold in general and it should go down to around 1.05 eventually helped by the QE and rate hikes in the US but right now it really feels like it could go 1.18 just to catch some breath :-) So I'd like it go there during the summer and then back to the down trend and 1.05 at the end of the year.
Max Mantellaro
Max Mantellaro Jul 02, 2015 10:29PM GMT
Thanks Mario for your point of view, for EUR USD to climb up from current situation we need a YES at greferendum, this could give relief for a while and I agree with it even if in the longer term Greece will come back in the same suit maybe along with other countries setting EUR in a new messy situation! Tomorrow I will post some charts to better explain my analisys as in words it is not so clear maybe. I am quite sure weekend referendum will unlock the situation toward one of them... Meanwhile I am expecting a Doji Friday unless some major news will happen, on Monday it is going to be all the way up or down depending on Greece results, for which polls are crazy too...
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