Will today’s economic data push the euro towards $1.15?

Dear Traders,

the U.S. dollar traded lower against the euro and British Pound, as a result of a “patient” Federal Reserve. The Fed has made it clear that there is no rush to raise rates in the next couple of months and also the Eurozone’s concerns about a Greek default are off the table, at least for the short term.

Yesterday afternoon, ECB President Mario Draghi expressed optimism when he said that stimulus starts to a have positive impact on growth. His comments suggest that the ECB may no longer be looking to increase stimulus in the near term.

On the bottom line, there are chances that the euro is prime for a test of 1.15.

While the euro continued to trade sideways within narrow ranges, the British Pound broke above 1.55. We expect further strength up to 1.5585. With a significant break above 1.56 sterling could make its way towards 1.5750.

Today, there is a bunch of important economic data scheduled for release. A decline in U.S. Consumer Prices and Durable Goods Orders could lead to further losses in the USD.

9:55 EUR German Unemployment Data

10:30 UK GDP

14:30 USA Consumer Prices & Durable Goods Orders

timezone: UTC+1

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