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Old 04-08-2023, 10:34
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Default Euro Hovers Near 1.0950 Ahead of US NFP Data Release

As the week draws to a close, the Euro (EUR) continues to trade in an uncertain manner against the US Dollar (USD), keeping the EUR/USD pair confined within a tight trading bracket around the 1.0950 mark. The uncertainty is mirrored in the USD Index (DXY), which has maintained steady trade within the mid-102.00s range. This lack of clear direction can be attributed to the absence of a definitive trend in US yields, despite their recent surge to nine-month highs across multiple segments of the yield curve.

Investors’ attention is now drawn towards the forthcoming release of the Nonfarm Payrolls report for July. The report is widely anticipated to reflect an increase of approximately 200K jobs. This heightened interest is largely driven by the Federal Reserve’s recent emphasis on the role of economic data in shaping its monetary policy decisions, a point that was underscored during its event held on July 26.

Currently, there is rampant speculation that the rate hike executed by the Fed in July might be the last one we will see in the near-term future. This conjecture has been fuelled by the Federal Reserve’s insistence on basing its decisions on economic data points, suggesting that unless the data indicates a need for further hikes, the current rates could hold steady for some time.

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