Forecasts & opinions
Recap: the single currency is in a long-term downtrend versus the greenback since July 2008, where the euro hit its all-time high at USD1.6063. In the last three months of 2014 trading became more volatile and we even saw a breakout over the latest resistance line (red) where the currency-pair managed to stay for a short while before being sold off again. After closing below the established support (pink) for three consecutive days at the end of 2014, we saw a massive slump in the first days of 2015.
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- Germany: ZEW Indicator of Economic Sentiment rose sharply in March
- UK unemployment rate unexpectedly dropped to 3.9%
- UK Brexit secretary Barclay: now in a situation where we need an extension to Brexit
- Switzerland's trade surplus rose in February