Euro to dollar today news: Pound Sterling Forecasts vs. Euro, Dollar from Deutsche Bank: Rough Summer, Higher by Year-End

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The only immediate comment a Google spokeswoman could offer was, “We are complying with the [Trump administration] order and reviewing the implications. For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices.”

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The US labor market saw the best jobs growth of the year in June, but markets are still see a 100% probability of an interest rate cut at the Federal Reserve's next meeting on July 30-31 and these hopes are helping to drive stocks to record highs. “The jobs report is reassuring investors that the domestic economy is solid,” Alec Young, managing director of global markets research at FTSE Russell told MarketWatch. “To find any justification for this cut you have to look globally,” Young added, arguing that slowing global economic growth, combined with unconventional monetary policy in Europe and Japan, have caused global investors to flock to U.S. government bonds, with the U.S. 10-year Treasury (BX:TMUBMUSD10Y) yielding less than the target federal funds rate of between 2.25% and 2.5%, since May.

Euro to usd calculator converter: Euro US Dollar Exchange Rate Forecast: EUR/USD Defensive On Global Trade Policy Uncertainty

EUR/USD FORECAST UPDATE: The Euro to US Dollar exchange rate was last seen at $1.11584, flat versus the weekly open and struggling to find direction ahead of Monday’s European session as investors … Read Full Story at source (may require registration)

Usd to pkr rate history: Unstoppable dollar sells at Rs152 in open market

KARACHI: The US dollar reached an unprecedented high of Rs152 in the open market on Monday, as the rupee maintained its downturn on the third successive working day, closing at a new all-time low of Rs149.65 in the inter-bank market on Monday, according to the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).

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“Perhaps the most crucial release of the week, will be the Eurozone’s preliminary PMIs for May – out on Thursday. Euro area growth has struggled in recent quarters, leading the European Central Bank (ECB) to put its rate-hike plans on ice and consequently hurting the euro. In fact, investors believe the normalisation ship has sailed, with money markets now suggesting a small probability for an ECB rate cut this year, not a hike,” says Raffi Boyadijian, an economist at XM.com.

Usd to euro rate 2016: Exchange Rates Daily Today May 20: Pound Euro Steady, Australian + US Dollar Firm On Japanese GDP

There is practically no economic data on the horizon today, with only German PPI at 7 am. Beyond that it is all Central Banker speak. The ECB’s Praet is talking once again, hopefully seeing more green-shoots in the Eurozone economy. In the North American session, the Fed’s Harker gets the ball rolling. Later in the day, the MPC’s Broadbent will probably be trying to convince investors the BoE isn’t as impotent as markets currently believe. Closing out the day, the FOMC’s Clarida and Williams will add some insight into the Dollar index.

Euro to dollar graph 1 month: Pound-to-Euro Exchange Rate 5-Day Forecast: Oversold, Could Bounce Short-Term but Overarching Theme is one of Weakness

“Perhaps the most crucial release of the week, will be the Eurozone’s preliminary PMIs for May – out on Thursday. Euro area growth has struggled in recent quarters, leading the European Central Bank (ECB) to put its rate-hike plans on ice and consequently hurting the euro. In fact, investors believe the normalisation ship has sailed, with money markets now suggesting a small probability for an ECB rate cut this year, not a hike,” says Raffi Boyadijian, an economist at XM.com.