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EUR/USD Signal - EU Consumer Price Index - 31 Oct 2019

EURUSD is trading below 1.1180 ahead of a busy day in Europe. Forex traders will now follow the inflation data and the GDP figures which are scheduled for 10:00 GMT. The EU unemployment rate is also expected. Yesterday, the Fed was less hawkish than expected which renewed the selling pressure around the U.S. dollar.

EUR/USD Signal - ECB Deposit Rate Decision - 24 Oct 2019

EURUSD is trading near 1.1130 level ahead of the ECB Deposit Rate decision. The central bank is expected to keep the rates unchanged in Mario Draghi's last conference as ECB President. The markets are now more interested in possible changes in 2020 under the new President Christine Lagarde.

GBP/USD Signal - EU's Brexit extension is awaited - 24 Oct 2019

GBPUSD is trading lower from 1.30 level after PM Johnson's deal was rejected by the parliament. Forex traders will continue following the Brexit headlines for some fresh impetus. An extension to Article 50 and elections are on the cards. GBP might suffer further losses amid political uncertainty in the UK.

EUR/USD Signal - German 10-year yield dropped - 23 Oct 2019

EURUSD is trading lower from recent 1.1180 high. The common currency is facing selling pressure amid Brexit impasse and drop in the German yields. The German 10-year yield dropped 4 basis points on Tuesday. The EUR might suffer a deeper loss in today's session, depends on Brexit headlines.
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