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When should I buy euros? (Dayle Littlejohn)

Sunday, March 19, 2017 1:45
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(Before It's News)

It was an action packed week with lots of economic data releases
and key political events which caused another volatile week for
pound vs euro exchange rates.

Wednesday was always going to be the most important day. The
Federal Reserve raised interest rates however we did not see a
major sell of euros to buy dollars, quite the opposite. The market
waiting until the  Dutch election result was in and this was
when exchange rates begun to fluctuate.

The Dutch election could have had a quatastrophic impact on the
value of the Euro. Geert Wilders far right party had made it clear
if they had got into power they would hold a referendum in regards
to EU membership and another country could have been exiting the
EU. However with Wilders being pipped to the post by Mark Rutte,
this was certainly a confidence boost for the Euro and EURUSD
increased over 1 cent off the back of the news.

With the events on Wednesday, The UK’s interest rate decision
got overlooked at the beginning of the week, however Kristin Forbes
one of the nine voting members of the Monetary Policy Committee
from the Bank of England surprised the market. She actually voted
in favour of hiking interest rates which gave the pound a well
needed boost and euro buyers received an extra cent and a half on
their exchange rates.

In other news SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon confirmed she wants
another Scottish referendum before the UK leaves the European
Union, however Theresa May told the SNP leader now is not the time
and that the countries within the UK need to stick together. Other
news from the UK was that the Queen gave UK Prime Minister
Theresa May approval to begin the process of leaving the EU and
this story I believe is going to dicatate exchange rates for the
next 4 weeks.

Theresa May is set to trigger Article 50 either this week or the
next and when this occurs I expect the pound to fall further.
Therefore if you need to purchase euros within the next 4 weeks I
would take advantage of the boost the Bank of England provided on
Thursday.

Other major economic data releases that are going to impact
pound vs euro exchange rates this week are UK inflation numbers
Tuesday morning, ECB non monetary policy account Wednesday morning,
Janet Yellen’s (Chairwoman of the FED) speech Thursday afternoon.
These releases could provide a spike in the market for euro buyers
or sellers for more information on a certain release feel free to
email me on the email below.

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Source: http://www.eurorateforecast.com/2017/03/19/when-should-i-buy-euros-dayle-littlejohn/

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