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  • EUR/USD is trading in the range of 1.1250 and 1.1200. The pair is caught in consolidation due to mixed signals from both parties. In less than 30 mins we have important EU data that may create volatility in the pair.

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    • EUR/USD continues to gravitate towards the 1.1220 level. The pair made a high of 1.1285 in the beginning of the week and since then it has been caught in the range of 1.1250 and 1.1200.

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      • EUR/USD is trading in consolidation today as the pair seems to gravitate towards the 1.1230 level. Light volumes usually indicate that a move is either over or just accumulating new force to keep pushing in the same direction. First bull target 1.1280.

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        • EUR/USD is trading lower today after yesterday's loss. The pair continues its move down making a low of 1.1190. It appears that bears are regaining control over the pair. First bear target can be expected at 1.1152. First resistance can be expected at 1.1242.

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          • Calm day so far for the EUR/USD. The pair has been trading in a range of 1.1220-1.1200 as there isn't anything strong enough to motivate either of the camps. We have been gliding on the resistance level for a several days now and this might be an indicator that a move down is probable.

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            • EUR/USD is trading lower in today's session as market participants are already anticipating the latest NFP and jobs data scheduled for tomorrow 8:30AM Eastern. Current market price 1.1188.

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              • EUR/USD is trading lower today after it was gravitating towards 1.12 yesterday. The pair is now around 1.11, currently 1.1122, which is not surprising considering yesterday's positive US data and today's anticipated NFP and jobs data.

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                • Earlier this month KPMG could not make distributions to ex-clients of Alpari UK without court approval, and now KPMG issues Notice of Final distribution.

                  http://atozforex.com/news/alpari-uk-...-distribution/

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                  • EUR/USD lost some of its value in today's session due to a strengthening of a rate hike expectations. The pair is now 1.1152, down from 1.1203.

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                    • EUR/USD looks a bit beaten in today's session. The pair is now slightly lower than yesterday's level and is trading at 1.1120. In less than three hours the EU news might bring some volatility in the market.

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                      • EUR/USD is trading sharply lower this week. Today the pair reached a low of 1.1015. This comes after a few days of depreciation and it looks like it will not stop here. Important news on Friday might create more volatility.

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                        • EUR/USD is having another day of losses. The pair is now 1.1014 and it appears that there isn't anything to stop it from depreciating further. Important US news tomorrow. First support is the psychological level of 1.10.

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                          • EUR/USD was lightly impacted by the positive US data earlier today and broke the psychological 1.10 level. Current market price: 1.0996. Main trend remains bearish.

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                            • EUR/USD is trading slightly higher in today's early European hours. The pair made a high of 1.1280 a couple of weeks ago and has been downgrading since then. Current market price 1.0979.

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                              • Will the gold prices still rise this year? A number of experts believe that the soar in bullion prices is expected to take place during next year.
                                The end of the year is soon and many believe that the rally in gold had already shown its potential. Yet, some investors say the bullion will rise again.

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