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The euro has had a good week, but this is largely as a result of holding its ground in contrast to weak performances from sterling and the dollar but there was also positive news from the Eurozone...

The main news from the eurozone came towards the end of the week. As markets were still awaiting inflation figures from Germany, the view that broader eurozone momentum was starting to pick up was...

The euro gained back some of what it had given up against sterling during the previous week. A combination of good sentiment from the eurozone – notably in its largest economy, Germany –sent the...

There were mixed signals around the closely watched inflation figures in Europe’s two biggest economies, as German inflation rose while French inflation showed a slowdown. The euro did come under...

Euro strength continued as the value of German bunds fell, making the single currency one of the week’s best performers. This was largely aided by an interesting development towards the end of the...

The euro remained steady throughout the week. The combined effect of the Macron majority in France bolstering confidence and the lack of economic data meant that it saw little movement. Headlines...

From an economic point of view it was a quiet week for the euro. Industrial production in the euro zone was up by 1.4% on the year and 1.5% more people had jobs. April's trade surplus was...

Most of the economic data from the €Z were better than forecast. Privately-held companies in the services sector reported increased activity. Retail sales were up by 2.5% on the year. Investor...

For the second week the euro was on average flat against the other dozen most actively-traded currencies. It was unchanged against the US and Canadian dollars, the Japanese yen and the British...

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