Weekly Analysis: The Euro experienced a huge boost coming from Draghi’s hawkish comments made at the European Central Bank Forum, so the pair moved higher for the entire last week, breaking several resistance levels.
Weekly FX Analysis
Weekly Analysis: Last week the bears attempted to break support but the US Dollar strength faded and the pair started to move north, erasing almost all the losses incurred earlier in the week. Overall we had a neutral week, with price finishing close to where it started.
Weekly Analysis: Last week’s main story was the Fed rate hike from <1.00% to <1.25% but also the hawkish Fed press conference. The positive vibe that surrounded the US Dollar reversed an earlier climb towards 1.1300 and brought the pair into 1.1100 territory.
Weekly Analysis: Last week the ECB announced they’ve reduced inflation expectations for 2017 and the years to follow. This was the main reason for a drop seen Thursday but other than that, price action was choppy and without clear direction.
Weekly Analysis: Last week the bulls maintained control and managed to push the pair above 1.1240 resistance, helped also by a much worse than expected Non-Farm Payrolls reading.
Weekly Analysis: For the entire last week the pair consolidated below 1.1240 resistance and the bull run came to a halt, preparing the stage for a deeper move south. The economic scene didn’t present any market moving events and this contributed to the overall situation.
Weekly Analysis: The pair showed massive bullish movement last week, broke several resistance levels and climbed for approximately 280 pips. US Dollar weakness seen across the board was the main catalyst behind the move.
Weekly Analysis: Last week started strong for the bears, who managed to take the pair into 1.0850 support but most of the US Dollar gains were erased Friday on the back of disappointing U.S. data and rumors that the ECB may start to taper its quantitative easing.
Weekly Analysis: After the gap seen a week before, the pair started to move almost sideways and both bulls and bears seem to have lost interest. Part of this slow directional movement can be attributed to the lack of major releases last week.