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I regularly trade on EUR/USD so I have decided to analyse fundamental factors for the growth of EUR last year. As this year, from the last three months EUR/USD trending sideways so my attempts is to find out which side it may break.
I have deliberately mentioned speculation in the title of my article, as in 2017 on many occasion there were several discussions about the topic that, European Central Bank may end quantitative easing programme as scheduled in December 2017. When I look back in history, Eur's downfall started in 2008 as Eurozone and world witnessed a recession. Falling growth, rising unemployment rate, falling inflation so ECB started Quantitative Easing means a bond buying programme in 2015, to raise money supply in the system and lowered interest rates to negative. Rising money supply makes loan cheaper and so tends businesses and people to spend more on various fronts. Like investments in business expansion may grow up which in turn leads to rising employment and economic growth.
Disclaimer : Made by me from data source on ECB website.
Last year we have witnessed a low of 1.034 in EUR/USD and from there it has grown almost 2000 pips and this year…
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Zodiak 25 Apr.

good work

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drferre 25 Apr.

Good job

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Annyrio 26 Apr.

very good!

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very well!

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Is the application of micro and macro economic theory in markets in order to predict future trends. The main fundamental forces drive the currency markets._____________________________________________________________________________Trade Balance (Balance of Trade in Goods):The Trade Balance is an indicator of the difference between exports and imports of goods from one country. A positive trade balance or a surplus occurs when a country's exports exceed imports. A negative balance of trade, or a deficit, occurs when more goods are imported than exported.The Trade Balance and any changes in exports and imports are closely followed by foreign exchange markets, as it is an important indicator of foreign exchange trends. Measurements of imports and exports are important economic indicators of global economic activity. Trends in export activity not only reflect the competitive position of the country in question, but also the strength of economic activity abroad. Trends in import activity reflect the strength of national economic activity. A country with a significant deficit of the trade balance will normally have a weaker currency because there will be a continuous commercial sale of …
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dada123 27 June

Excellent material :-)

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Pisakjanos 28 June

Good work. Just keep it this way.

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Decebal 30 June

good work!

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Thank you very much!!!

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