The euro is likely to continue trading sensitively to any comments coming out of Europe
City Index June 1, 2011 3:13 PM
<p>The euro is likely to continue trading sensitively to any comments coming out of Europe regarding a second bailout for Greece, whilst the US dollar […]</p>
The euro is likely to continue trading sensitively to any comments coming out of Europe regarding a second bailout for Greece, whilst the US dollar in the immediate term is likely to be closely tracking the release of US economic data for the remainder of the week. Keep an eye out for today’s US ADP employment change report, which will give clues as to which way the jobs wind is blowing ahead of Friday’s non-farm payrolls.
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