The EUR/USD rallied a bit during the trading session on Wednesday, testing the 200-Day EMA.
The EUR/USD has rallied significantly during the trading session on Tuesday as the PPI numbers in America came out at “only” 8.0% year-over-year.
The EUR/USD exchange rate could extend its near-term recovery during the trading week, analysts say, although many still see the market as a clear technical situation and not necessarily the beginning of a long-term recovery.
The EUR/USD initially fell during the trading session on Monday, but then turned around to threaten the 200-Day EMA it again.
Yellen has consistently signaled her support for the Fed's moves to bring down the worst bout of inflation in 40 years.
The EUR/USD bounced quite significantly during the trading session on Thursday, as we had touched the 50-Day EMA and then turned to the outside.
Until the announcement of the most important US data today, the price of the euro currency pair against the US dollar EUR/USD succeeded in rebounding higher
The EUR/USD currency pair has pulled back a bit on Wednesday as we have seen a lot of negativity as far as risk appetite is concerned out there.
The current bullish rebound in the performance of the EUR/USD currency pair with gains towards the 1.0096 resistance level caused a noticeable decline in the US dollar
The price of the euro against the dollar, EUR/USD, entered the trading of the new week amid bullish momentum.
The European single currency, the euro, benefited from a broad decline in the US dollar before last weekend.
I expect that the results of the US Federal Reserve meeting will have a strong reaction on the markets.
All eyes are on the markets and investors are waiting for the decisions of the US Central Bank, which will have a strong reaction on all currencies against the US dollar.
The Euro remained one of the top performing major currencies last week even after the European Central Bank's October decision prompted the market
The EUR/USD tried to rally initially during the trading session on Friday, but it looks as if parity is going to hold as resistance.