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EUR/USD losses could continue
Any swift bounce back above the $1.32 level from EUR/USD has been quashed, as it has now spent the last 48 hours trading below this level.
There have been some changes in the eurozone over the last week, but we are no further forward than we were seven days ago.
The speech from European Central Bank leader Mario Draghi strongly pointed towards stimulus to aid the eurozone, but judging by the reactions of German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble this is not a unanimously popular decision. The Germans favour austerity, and this sentiment was highlighted when Angela Merkel publicly praised some of the tough measures taken by Portugal and Spain, in dealing with the required austerity, to turn things around. In conjunction with this, Francoise Hollande has felt the need to change his government wholesale as he was not receiving the public support required to change the French economy.
Tomorrow will see the latest release of the eurozone’s inflation data, and only the most blindly optimistic investor would be expecting an improvement. A further run below $1.32 could be on the cards.