Euro May have Bottomed on Post-ECB Tumbles. Why?

By DailyFx | June 05, 2014 AAA

- Euro may have set important price low following ECB rate cuts

- Dollar looks at risk versus Yen as volatility remains low

- US Dollar likely made a lasting turn higher

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EURUSD - Euro May Have Set Important Low Following ECB Cuts

GBPUSD - British Pound Remains at Risk of Further Declines

USDJPY - Dollar Remains a Sell versus Japanese Yen

AUDUSD - Australian Dollar Looks Safe Above Key Support

GOLD - Gold Prices Likely to Fall Further

EURJPY - Euro Looks at Risk versus Japanese Yen

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Euro May have Bottomed on Post-ECB Tumbles. Why?

The Euro may have set an important low as the European Central Bank cut interest rates. Why and how might we confirm the sharp change in direction?

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Euro May have Bottomed on Post-ECB Tumbles. Why?

Euro May have Bottomed on Post-ECB Tumbles. Why?

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