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Euro has Roller-Coaster Day

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    Today’s sample of Forex Analysis from ForexHound.com

    Thin trading conditions and economic reports led to a “roller-coaster” type trading session in the Euro on Tuesday. The European single currency rallied on a better than expected German jobs report, topped on strong U.S. Consumer Confidence data then, after trading sideways throughout the mid-session, drifted lower into the close following the release of the Fed minutes.

    The Euro gained strength overnight after it was reported that Germany’s jobless numbers fell less than economist estimates. The market reacted as if the number was bullish instead of just slightly lower than the pre-report guess. Technically the Euro found support last night slightly in front of last week’s bottom at 1.2587. It rallied when U.S. stocks opened higher and sentiment shifted toward risk.

    At 9 am CDT the Euro topped following a better than expected Consumer Confidence Report. The actual number of 53.5 blew out the consensus figure of 50.0. The surprise nature of this number drove investors back into the Dollar. At this point the Euro broke from 1.2742 to 1.2680 before settling into a trading range.

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