Gold price pulls away from multi-year highs during yesterday’s session after a fail attempt to break above it and consolidated comfortably above the $1400
The single currency keeps struggling for direction in the second half of the week, taking EURUSD to the lower end of the weekly range in the 1.1280 region.
The British pound continues to trade below the 1.2600 level against the USD in early Thursday trade, with the pair suffering 3 days of consecutive losses.
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Crude oil price free fell during yesterday’s session after a long divergence between the price and the momentum which began last week.
British pound drops sharply lower against the US dollar, following bearish comments from Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.
Gold price surges during today’s early session and tried to break above the previous week’s multi-year top of $1438.66 per ounce, but quickly retreated.
The Euro attempted to break above 1.13 yesterday but weaker German Retail sales and Spanish Unemployment Change kept the pressure on the Single currency.
EURUSD spiked above 1.13 on Tuesday after a Bloomberg headline that ECB may not cut rates in July.
The euro is back under pressure against the US dollar in early Tuesday trade after the U.S. and China agreed to resume trade talks during the G-20 Summit.
The EURUSD pair declined sharply to a low of 1.1275 after the USTR office recommended tariffs worth more than $4 billion in Europe.
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