Posts Tagged ‘german’

Euro Slipped After Weak German’s Data

by Forex Rooton October 7, 2014 2:52 pm BST
euro slipped versus the majority of its 16 main peers as German industrial production fell the most since 2009, underscoring the risk of a slowdown that may pressure the European Central Bank to expand stimulus. The shared currency weakened before a report analysts forecast will show exports from Europe’s largest economy slumped the most in […]

EURUSD Struggles After Poor German’s GDP and French’s NFP

by Forex Rooton August 14, 2014 9:29 am BST
EURUSD fell to a day’s low of $1.3348 after the German’s GDP data, close to the low of $1.3333 hit earlier in the month . It slightly recovered afterwards to trade at $1.3365, flat on the day. EURUSD slides near 9-month lows after poor GDP data from Germany and and NFP of France that cast […]

EURUSD Slides Sharply After Poor ZEW

by Forex Rooton August 12, 2014 12:03 pm BST
EURUSD fell to $1.3339 after the German’s ZEW survey was released, down 0.3 percent on the day, and not far from a nine-month low of $1.3333 struck on Aug. 6. It was also lower against the yen at 136.50 yen, aiming a recent trough of 135.73 yen. German’s ZEW survey showed both the current situation […]

Heed the Warnings and Economists Won’t Be Surprised

by Christopher Lemieuxon November 12, 2013 12:07 am BST
The cut in the benchmark made by the European Central Bank seemed to hit the market by surprise much like the Federal Reserve’s decision not to taper, but the sad realization is that the analysts and economist are surprised by actions made when the signs were so, so clear. This Thursday, France, Germany and Italy […]