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  • $EURGBP dropped from 0.8890 to below 0.8860 this morning, pushing to its lowest level since May. $EUR $GBP
  • Indices Update: As of 14:00, these are your best and worst performers based on the London trading schedule: Germany 30: 0.74% US 500: 0.66% France 40: 0.47% Wall Street: 0.36% FTSE 100: 0.26% View the performance of all markets via
  • The @bankofcanada is widely expected to stand pat on monetary policy with the overnight rate to remain at 0.25% alongside no change in the current pace (CAD 4bn/week) or composition of QE purchase. Get your market update from @JMcQueenFX here:
  • Reports of an explosion heard in Madrid - La Sexta TV Station
  • #Gold dropped quickly this morning, falling from $1,850 to below $1,835 before bouncing back. The precious metal is now trading around $1,850 again. $XAU $GLD
  • $EURGBP at risk of extended losses after breaking to the downside of a 12-month Symmetrical Triangle pattern and slashing through the support range at 0.8865 - 0.8875 A push towards 0.8670 - 0.8690 looks on the cards if sellers hurdle psychological support at 0.8800 $EUR $GBP
  • *Slight move higher in USDCAD
  • $EURCAD fell to its lowest level since the weekend following Canada December CPI print and ahead of the BoC's policy decision. $EUR $CAD
  • Slight move higher in $CAD following lower than expected CPI figures - Average of common, trim and median now 1.6% from 1.7% BoC next up where there have been some suggestion of a micro-cut. Although, analysts are widely expecting policy to remain unchanged
  • 🇨🇦 Core Inflation Rate YoY (DEC) Actual: 1.5% Previous: 1.5%
Video: ECB Move Drives EURUSD to 11-Year Low, EURJPY On the Edge

Video: ECB Move Drives EURUSD to 11-Year Low, EURJPY On the Edge

John Kicklighter, Chief Strategist

Talking Points:

• An ECB QE program that worth over €1.1 trillion was enough to send the Euro reeling and equities rallying

• Though the efficacy of monetary policy is coming under greater scrutiny, the FX market follows the trend

• Between the ECB reaction, FOMC next week and questionable risk view; EURUSD and EURJPY lead the way

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The monetary policy ranks provided the markets another large injection with the news that the ECB was following its largest counterparts down the path of QE. The response for the Euro was decisive as EURUSD marked its worst daily tumble in over three years on the way to the lowest exchange rate since 2003. This pair will be particularly important to monitor moving forward as we gauge the net influence of stimulus as well as its relative effectiveness. With EURUSD, we now pair the most accommodative central bank (ECB) pitted against the most hawkish (Fed). Will the European authority be effective - even through the upcoming Greek election? Will the FOMC maintain its drive towards a mid-2015 hike next week? Meanwhile, the net impact of global stimulus on speculator interest may be better reflected in a pair like EURJPY. With new stimulus upgrade and a high-level sensitivity to risk trends, a 135 break can signal a broader tide change. We talk big themes, upcoming event risk and well-placed currency pairs in today's Trade Video.

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