FXStreet (Guatemala) - Stephen Gallo, European Head of Currency Strategy at BMO Capital noted that risk aversion has been inching off ahead of key data releases.



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"‘Risk aversion’ inched off during the Asian session and London morning”.



“The small back-up in the US 10yr yield from the open kept EUR/USD offered between 1.3375 and 1.3400, but Fed’s Fischer’s comments seemed to dampen some of the move”.



“FX probably needs 1 or 2 full sessions of improvement in risk appetite to allow for a ‘clean’ reaction to US retail sales on Wednesday."



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