30.10.2020: Euro to fall further? Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD

The euro is under significant pressure caused by the ECB’s meeting results. Today, the euro’s drop accelerated after the publication of significant macroeconomic reports. Thus, the eurozone revealed preliminary estimates of its GDP growth rate in the third quarter. The

09.11.2020: US market turns euphoric following election results (DJIA, USDX, USD/CAD)

Futures on the US stock index jumped sharply as investors got a chance to react to Joe Biden’s victory announced by a number of news organizations. The US dollar index declined, reaching its lowest level since early September. The USD/CAD

02.11.2020: May EUR and GBP resume falling? Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD.

Last week, the euro slumped to a month low against the US dollar. Today, the single currency has almost got stuck showing an insignificant drop. At the same time, the British pound opened the trading week with a confident slide.

23.09.2020: EUR and GBP stop falling. Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD

It seems that the slump in the pound sterling that began on Monday has finally stopped. The publication of flash PMI data is a good reason for that. In our video review, we will find out what changed the market

21.10.2020: EUR and GBP to go on rising? Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD

Today, the US dollar showed a significant drop. Moreover, statistics from the UK has boosted the pound sterling. The UK inflation advanced even more than expected. Thus, the indicator climbed by 0.5% after a rise of 0.2% in the previous

28.04.2020: USD falls amid EU’s decision to loosen lockdown. Outlook for EUR/USD and GBP/USD

While the US authorities are still thinking over the sum of money that China should pay for the damages caused by the coronavirus, the European governments are announcing the lifting of containment measures. Notably, the US does not have any

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