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US Dollar Sentiment More Mixed as Traders Ease Extreme Euro Bearishness

By , Currency Analyst
15 August 2013 15:50 GMT

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Retail forex traders have eased away from their extreme Euro-bearishness, after last week’s data showed an all-time record with nearly 4 sell orders for every long. The shift in sentiment across the board the past week sees a mixed view of the US Dollar overall, though the British Pound may be best positioned to take advantage of any US Dollar strength henceforth.

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--- Written by Christopher Vecchio, Currency Analyst

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15 August 2013 15:50 GMT