Morning Report February 25, 2014

ForexCT's Morning Briefing for 25 February 2014
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German business confidence unexpectedly
gains on growth outlook
  • Euro-zone inflation beats expectations; Euro slides as CPI fuels ECB easing speculation
  • AUDUSD rallies as Trading Central hit the nail on the head
  • The GBPJPY continues to trade within a tight range
  • EURUSD declines on CPI data
  • Strong night for US equities led by healthcare shares; Dow climbs 105 points
  • Tonight see's US consumer confidence at 2 am AEDT

Chart of the day


The Great British Pound reached its lowest point in a week against the USD amid speculation an economic growth report will add to signs the UK recovery is slowing.

BoE governor Mark Carney said the central bank will support the economic recovery, however positive momentum in the Pound is declining.

ForexCT traders have been capitolizing on these waves lower as the GBPUSD bounces off record highs a week ago.

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Posted: 2014/2/25 8:19:59