On Thursday the 17th of October, trading on the euro closed up. The rally restarted in the European session over reports that EU leaders have approved a Brexit deal.
On Wednesday the 16th of October, trading on the euro closed up. The euro shot up following the release of weak US data. Retail sales in the US in September were much lower than expe...
On Tuesday the 15th of October, trading on the euro closed slightly up. The bulls managed to recover the losses incurred in the first half of the European session.
The US and Canada had a national holiday on Monday. Market activity was low. The major currencies fluctuated within limited ranges.
All the majors rose against the US dollar last week, except for the safe havens. The biggest mover was the pound (+2.54%), followed by the Canadian dollar (+0.87%), the euro (+054%),...
On Thursday the 10th of October, trading on the EURUSD pair closed up.
On Tuesday the 8th of October, trading on the euro closed down. The pair fell to 1.0941 from a high of 1.0996 (-55 pips).
On Monday the 7th of October, trading on the EURUSD pair closed 0.06% down. The rate jumped to 1.1001 during the European session before slipping to 1.0969 during the US session.
The biggest mover against the US dollar last week was the yen (+0.96%).
On Thursday the 3rd of October, trading on the EURUSD pair closed up by 0.05%. The day’s candlestick shows a range of 58 pips.