The Fed’s future path still seems more bullish than the European Central Bank. If so, the yiel...
Euro Looks at Key Risk—What to Watch
03/31/2015 9:00 am EST
David Rodriguez, of DailyFX.com, shares a follow-up video to the one featured last Tuesday and discusses how forex volatility prices continue to remain high and warn that the euro, US dollar, and other major currencies will see big moves in the week ahead.
- Forex volatility prices remain high on another key week for major currencies
- Keep an eye on the euro and US dollar near key support and resistance levels
- High volatility prices keep us focused on our Breakout2 trading strategy
High volatility prices warn that the euro, US dollar, and other major currencies will see big moves in the week ahead. Here’s what we’re watching.
A highly-anticipated US Nonfarm Payrolls report tops foreseeable event risk this week, while ongoing uncertainty surrounding Greek financial assistance represents a substantial concern for the euro.
Focus will be on the EUR/USD exchange rate as it fails at key resistance and trades close to potentially pivotal support near $1.0760; a break below would lead us to watch for further weakness. And, indeed, EUR volatility prices—in particular—trade near multi-year highs as traders brace for the unexpected out of Greece. The potential for a major breakdown keeps us on the defensive until further notice.
Forex Volatility Prices Trade Higher on Key Week of Economic Event Risk
Our trading strategy biases are mostly unchanged from last week as high volatility prices keep focus on our Breakout2 trading strategy. Yet it’s critical to note that things can change very rapidly, particularly in the euro. Traders should limit trading leverage given clear market uncertainty.
DailyFX Individual Currency Pair Conditions and Trading Strategy Bias
By David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist, DailyFX.com
Related Articles on FOREX
Trade idea: No guarantees here of course, but maybe it’s a small caution flag for dollar bulls...
As of August 2015, renminbi (RMB) in payments globally accounted for 2.8 percent of the total, the f...
Our favorite horse to ride here for a “correction” lower would be the euro. And we would...