Dollar weakens after data

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Not sure it is at all related…

Also at 12:15 GMT is the ECB fixing, so there may have been some dollar selling linked to that event rather than a reaction to the news…

EUR/USD jumped a quick 20 pips while USD/JPY clumped back below 83.00.


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Jamie Coleman


  1. Good morning Jamie. I’m sure you’ve seen this but EURUSD is in a perfect wedge on the H1 with the point ending within the next 24 hours. Can I ask your take on that please?

  2. Was that spike an over reaction, looks like any rally in EUR is sold again – I guess from all the recent news we at the tip of the turning point but the market just wants to sell the dollar at any opportunity.

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