All Eyes On Draghi: Will He Talk Down The Euro?

Dear Traders,

The British pound finally broke above 1.2865 this morning and a next hurdle could now be at 1.29. If the pound rises above 1.2910 we may see a run for 1.30. Let’s us wait and see.

The much anticipated U.S. tax plan disappointed investors as it left too many unanswered questions and did not reveal anything new. The U.S. dollar weakened against the euro and pound as a result. The “phenomenal” tax plan came in as a one-page list of bullet points and was largely devoid of detail.

Euro traders will shift their focus to the European Central Bank meeting while no changes are expected from the central bank. ECB President Mario Draghi will most likely maintain a dovish monetary policy stance since a strong euro is the biggest problem for policy makers and makes it more difficult for the ECB to achieve its inflation target. In a nutshell, we doubt that Draghi is debating an exit from its extraordinary stimulus. With no fresh insights, the ECB meeting could thus be a non-event for traders but let us be surprised.

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