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Euro Risks to Topside, but FOMC Decision Remains Critical

Euro Risks to Topside, but FOMC Decision Remains Critical

David Rodriguez, Head of Product

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EURUSD – Retail FX traders head into the highly-anticipated US Federal Open Market Committee interest rate decision short the Euro versus the US Dollar. Yet it’s worth noting that traders have actually remained net-short EUR/USD since March when the pair traded near the $1.08 mark. There seems to be little conviction in the current ‘crowd’ position as total open interest has fallen 5 percent since last week. And indeed indecision is obvious as traders hesitate to build large positions amid choppy trading conditions.

There remains modest risk that the Euro may continue its recent gain versus the US Dollar. We would ideally see a much larger build in conviction before taking a strong trading bias, however.

See next currency section: GBPUSD - British Pound May Drop, but We’re Waiting for Bigger Shift in Sentiment

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