Forecasts & opinions
'Even though it might not be a valid technical argument, history has proven that when it looks the worse things might take another route. This might be a dangerous bet as the trend is your friend but oversold stays oversold.'
That was the concluding sentence of my blog entry dated March 12th 2015. A day later the single currency set a new 12-year low against the greenback at USD 1.0461 and then started to climb. Currently the euro is trading at USD1.1033 -572 pips higher.
|remaining time till the new event being published|
- 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