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24 Feb 2011: The ECB may increase interest rates before the Federal Reserve
EUR/USD: The ECB may increase interest rates before the Federal Reserve
Euro traded within 0.3 percent of its strongest in three weeks against dollar on speculation the European Central Bank will increase interest rates before the Federal Reserve. Most experts are bullish on euro, expecting that the ECB will be hiking in the next couple of months. ...
 
21 Feb 2011: Euro falls as Angela Merkel's party lost control of Hamburg
EUR/USD: Euro falls as Angela Merkel's party lost control of Hamburg
Euro fell against dollar for the first time in four days after German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party suffered its worst defeat for 65 years in the country's richest state. Euro declined versus dollar after Merkel's party lost control of Hamburg in the first of seven state elections in Germany this year that may threaten to restrict her room to handle Europe's debt crisis. ...
 
17 Feb 2011: More signs the global recovery is strengthening
EUR/USD: More signs the global recovery is strengthening
Euro traded near a one-week high against dollar before reports forecast to show European consumer confidence rose and an index of U.S. leading indicators gained, adding to signs the global recovery is strengthening. ...
 
14 Feb 2011: Q4 GDP figures going out on Tuesday
EUR/USD: Q4 GDP figures going out on Tuesday
Another volatile week passed on Euro traders, as renewed sovereign debt concerns and decent overall risk appetite pulled in opposite directions. Today focus will be on the Eurogroup meeting, where members will discuss the preventive and the corrective arm of the Stability and Growth pact and prepare for the important European Council in March. ...
 
10 Feb 2011: US Unemployment claims go out today
EUR/USD: US Unemployment claims go out today
Euro is quite uncertain this week. On the hourly graph we can see few sharp turns, the last one right after the yesterday’s peak. ...
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