Weekly FX Analysis

February 20, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: After reaching the weekly target at 1.0525, the pair bounced higher immediately and tested resistance. Most of the Dollar weakness was triggered by a rather dovish stance adopted by Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen. 

February 13, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: Last week’s price action confirmed 1.0800 as a very strong zone of resistance and the pair bounced lower once it reached it. Now price is trading below the 50 days EMA and the bears are in control of short term movement.

February 6, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: U.S. data released throughout last week was mostly bearish and the Fed kept the rate unchanged, without hinting about a March hike. Also the NFP report showed more jobs but with a lower hourly wage and this increased market confusion.

January 30, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: Last week the bears managed to erase some of the advances made by the buyers and we saw a pullback to the previous support; however, the pair remained above the 50 period Exponential Moving Average and the short term bias is still bullish.

January 23, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: Last week Donald trump became the 45th President of the United States, assuming office on January 20, 2017. The pair had a bullish week overall, with US Dollar weakness and remained above the Daily Moving Average.

January 16, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: The pair ended the week higher than it started it, mostly because the US Dollar was weakened by U.S. President-Elect Trump’s speech delivered last Wednesday. Throughout the week, price action was choppy and showed sharp reversals.

January 9, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: The week that just ended was governed by sharp reversals and overall choppy but volatile movement. The pair breached support and then jumped higher to touch the 50 days Exponential Moving Average, where it reversed again.

January 2, 2015

EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: As expected, the last week of 2016 was governed by low liquidity and irregular price action. The quick climb is mostly attributed to these factors, not necessarily to fundamental or technical reasons. This type of behavior will likely extend to the week that just started.

December 26, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: Last week the pair’s movement was affected by end of year volatility and we expect this to continue throughout the week that just started. So far support is holding and rejecting price higher but price lacks the necessary steam to blow through resistance.

December 19, 2015
EUR/USD

Weekly Analysis: The Fed hiked the interest rate last week and hinted towards three more increases over the course the next year. The US Dollar strengthened considerably as a result and the pair broke 2015’s lowest price, located at 1.0462.

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