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Euro on the focus today as Eurozone Inflation and German Unemployment figures are due

After a quite kick start in the week for the FOREX markets, all the focus has been concentrated in the Euro and the related data to be released later today.

EUR/USD attempted a bounce from its recent lows yesterday, trading as high as 1.2717 but it slowly retreated back below 1.27. The Euro is still weighted by increased uncertainty surrounding a proposed referendum in Catalonia, and the weak data stemming from the Eurozone. Yesterday German inflation was steady at 0.8%, with the focus now turned to Eurozone data. If the data to be released later this morning, appear weaker than expected for the Euro, we would expect a break below the 2-years low support level at 1.2659, and to open the way towards the next technical support level May’s 2012 low at 1.2286.

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German unemployment data for September will be released at 07:55 GMT, and Eurozone inflation September data at 09:00 GMT. Later this afternoon Canadian GDP figures will be announced for the month of July at 12:30 GMT, and U.S. consumer confidence for September at 14:00 GMT.

All the data of course might give a small impact on the markets if the traders fear of aggressive positioning ahead of the U.S. Non Farm Payrolls that will be released on Friday.

Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication contains, or should be considered as containing, an investment advice or an investment recommendation or a solicitation for the purpose of purchase or sale of any financial instrument.

Tuesday, 30 Sep, 2014 / 8:28

Source : https://blog.hotforex.com/euro-on-the-focus-today-as-eurozone-inflation-and-german-unemployment-figures-are-due/

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