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Last month was mostly driven by market sentiment. The beginning of January was highlighted by the geopolitical crisis between the US and Iran. After the markets calmed down, the coronavirus that appeared at the end of 2019 spread causing depreciation of the risky assets and appreciation of the refuge assets.
Last week EUR/NZD made a triumphant comeback to the upside. The pair rose above the 50- and 100-week MAs in the 1.7000/7025.
US ISM Manufacturing PMI release will have an impact on the USD. Comments on the FTA between the UK and the EU are anticipated during the day.
Brexit Deadline is the most significant event of the day. Plenty of European releases will affect the euro. Personel Income and Spending will affect the USD.
Today, the Bank of England announces the interest rate, a day before the Brexit is officially done. How will the BOE's release affect the GBP?
BOE Meeting is the headliner of the day. American GDP Growth Rate may affect the direction of EUR/USD.
The Fed Meeting will determine the strength of the USD today.
German Ifo Business Climate level is the only important event in the economic calendar…
The slingshot strategy is a good way to trade EUR/USD on the ECB meetings. Learn more!
Plenty of Europen releases may create mixed outcome. Canadian Retail Sales level may affect the CAD. Check levels for EUR/USD, USD/CAD, XAU/USD, and USD/JPY.
On January 23, the ECB announced the interest rate at 0%, unchanged. The ECB President followed with a press conference to give more details. What was the message?