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    EUR/USD Fundamental Analysis: October 10, 2018



    The euro against the US dollar exhibited a sharp drop during the Tuesday session because of Italian policy news, as well as, deputy PM Salvin rhetorics in plans of maintaining the budget and EU rules are anticipated to change. A strong dollar added more concern, resulting to surge in US Treasury yields. However, the euro begins to take the lead later on as the dollar weakened in the market due to the drop in US bond yield after reaching record highs. Moreover, risk sentiment has just returned in the market giving a positive impact following a hawkish tone in the Wall Street in the global market.

    In a technical aspect, a long-tailed Doji candle was observed, implying a sell-off from the September high of 1.1815. A bullish reversal would be confirmed if the spot closes this day higher than the Doji candle of 1.1503. Based on the chart, the descending line has been cleared and trades above the 50- and 100-EMA with the RSI at 55, siding with the bulls. The 4-hour chart shows a bullish RSI divergence. It seems that this will result positively on long-legged Doji candle yesterday, confirming a bullish reversal. Yet, there would be lesser tendency to turn bullish from bearish if the Italian bond yields surge in the European session.


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    EUR/USD Fundamental Analysis: October 11, 2018



    The euro rose during the Wednesday session. A breakout on the level of 1.15 indicates that there is a demand for the currency. There is a “risk on” move with US traders and drive momentum.

    We have seen this scenario where just recently the euro got a sell-off and the North Americans will have a steer to move forward in later in the day, of course, taking note of riskier currencies. Similarly, this is how the trading with the S&P 500 futures market and other precious metals. Worries on Brexit will still be apparent, as well as the debt issue with Italy. These bring uncertainty to traders but the US traders will give attention to their own economy.

    Trading on mornings around 9 am where there is a momentum on the oversold situation can be advantageous. Eventually this is likely to change its course but for now, it seems to be moving steadily. The euro pair is not that far from forming the bottom for long-term, where both the resistance and support were previously located last year. A psychologically important level was found at the resistance of 1.18 which seems to be the aim of buyers. Moreover, a lot of noise will likely be present and considering the pair, we can expect more buyers below. A breakdown below 1.14 could result in a sharp decline. Nevertheless, it is less likely to occur at the present time.


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    EUR/USD Fundamental Analysis: October 12, 2018



    The euro major pair climbed to the top at 1.1590 prior to the release of the US data, which was the highest since October 3. In regards to recent US president, Donald Trump, the statement on fed’s tightening and plunged down equities influencing weakness of dollar during yesterday’s trading. The pair reached the intra-day high 1.15992 since the US CPI and unemployment reports did not meet expectations, resulting in further bullishness of the trend since today is the last day of the week.

    In the beginning of the Asian session, the pair broke the level of 1.16, reaching an intra-day and even the monthly high at 1.16103 from 1.1606, grew by 0.11%. With Japan’s equities proceed to trade in red, other major markets such as India, Singapore, and China sighted equities to have an optimistic price action. The US dollar has been trading at its lowest level in October against other markets on Friday while continue to lose in US Treasury yields bringing pessimistic sentiment on Wall Street. On Friday, the dollar traded at 95 against six major currencies from 96.15 monthly high on Tuesday.


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    EUR/USD Fundamental Analysis: October 15, 2018



    The euro against the US dollar resumes trading in a slow but steady pace while the market focuses on the dollar being unable to grow. Hence, the dollar was able to gain some decent profits since the start of the year but the euro and the pound were able to take their stand against the dollar. Meanwhile, this gives pressure on the dollar but uncertainty is still on the concern if the dollar could still get a lead.

    The Fed is doing what it can to bring the dollar up but it is insufficient. They tried to break lower than 1.15 in the past few weeks but there have been strong buying of the pair and fails as it faced strong purchases and bounce over 1.15. The bulls also were not able to push the prices but still keep going that resulted in a flat in the past few weeks.

    There are also concerns on US account deficit in a negative state for a long while which is anticipated to resume for medium-term which cannot be changed for the night despite government’s efforts. This adds pressure to the dollar with rising borrowing costs that will worry the dollar bulls in the medium term. For today, the US retail sales data adds volatility while the bulls are trying to take the lead.


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    EUR/USD Fundamental Analysis: October 18, 2018



    The euro major pair was kept at the daily lows after the release of FOMC minutes yesterday. It reached a new weekly low at 1.1510 close and hovered close to it after the release of Fed minutes. On Wednesday, the favor was in the dollar against a basket of currencies since the London trading time. Various local equities added to the political tensions and poor inflation have influenced the common currency, which in turn, benefits the US dollar. The dovish macro data has further given a bearish stand for the euro yesterday. Although the US housing data came in less-than-expected allowed some breathing in the market then the dollar continued its hawkish sentiment across the market.

    By the end of the Wednesday session, the euro falls at the bottom below 1.1500 while there is another significant meeting of the EU. Consequently, the euro dropped during yesterday’s trading from the day high if 1.1580. Sellers were able to pick up momentum yesterday after the hawkish reports of the US FOMC minutes. In the economic calendar of the euro, the Wholesale Price Index at 06:00 GMT is anticipated to grow by 0.4% from 0.3% and another report on Swiss Trade Balance for September with a forecast of 2.482 billion from 2.134 billion. Nevertheless, the low-impact data is less likely to boost trading as traders are still on the edge waiting for hints on the EU’s EcoFin meeting in Brussels.


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