Our problem child EUR/USD has been very costly to traders since it lacks direction on Greek risk. The euro’s intraday moves seemed indifferent to the Greek debt talks and provided almost no profitable chances for daytraders. The euro is rather moving sideways, lagging behind profitable trading days. We still need to be patient and wait for greater moves once Grexit finally gets pushed off the table.
Greek saga holds the euro in chains
Yesterday was just another day of negotiations which ended without a deal with no breakthrough in sight. Wednesday’s meeting of euro-zone finance ministers in Brussels broke up in the early morning. Ministers will resume at 1 p.m. local time today. Everyone is hoping now that the current Greek saga comes to a conclusion.
The British Pound declined against the U.S. dollar, marking a next support at around 1.5665. With no major U.K. economic news releases this week, the price action will mainly hinge on the appetite for U.S. dollars.
U.S. Economic data (second tier reports) and Grexit event risk in focus:
11:00 EUR Eurogroup Finance Minsters Meeting
12:30 USA Continuing & Initial Jobless Claims
13:45 USA Services PMI
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