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EUR/USD Signal - Eurozone Industrial Production - 12 Apr 2019

The Euro gained some power on news that Herman Cain is expected to withdraw from Fed Board. The common currency is currently trading close to 1.1290 highs after the greenback sell-off during the Asian session. EURUSD might drops again should the Eurozone production data disappoint.

GBP/USD Signal - US Unemployment Rate - 05 Apr 2019

The British pound is trading near 1.3120 amid endless Brexit negotiations. GBPUSD raised from 1.3060 lows, with rumors suggesting that the EC President Tusk may offer 12-month Brexit extension. The Brexit headlines will continue providing volatility on the pair, forex traders will eye unemployment rate and new added jobs in the US.

EUR/USD Signal - Eurozone core inflation - 01 Apr 2019

The upbeat China data helped the Euro to bounce from the lows. However, the EURUSD recovery seems limited as the Eurozone core inflation disappointed. Forex traders will focus now on US manufacturing and retail sales data, if the numbers beat the estimates we might see the Euro further struggling.

EUR/USD Signal - ECB President Draghi speech - 27 Mar 2019

The Euro is trading below 1.1300 ahead of ECB President Draghi's speech which is scheduled for 08:00 GMT today. If we hear more dovish comments from the central bank we might see the Euro plunging deeper. Forex traders will also watch closely the spread between the 10-year US and German bond yields.

GBP/USD Signal - UK Parliamentary vote on Brexit - 14 Mar 2019

Yesterday, the British pound reacted positively on rejected no-deal Brexit, the uncertainty over article 50 extension will keep investors in abeyance. With second Brexit referendum looming, the bearish pressure over GBPUSD seems abated for now but forex traders might expect higher volatility.
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