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Forex Traders End the Year Short the Euro, We Like Buying

Forex Traders End the Year Short the Euro, We Like Buying

David Rodriguez, Head of Product
Forex Traders End the Year Short the Euro, We Like Buying

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EURUSD – Retail forex traders remain short the Euro versus the US Dollar, and a contrarian view of crowd sentiment calls for further near-term gains.

Indeed, the ‘crowd’ has remained net-short EUR/USD since it rallied sharply following the European Central Bank interest rate decision through early December. Until this changes we see little reason to call for a meaningful turn lower. This remains especially true on the low volatility period into the New Year.

See next currency section: GBPUSD - British Pound Remains Likely to Fall Further

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