Daily News | Another boost in Europe

We are at the end of another week of trading, but there are still more than enough chances for you if you want to make it big out there on the currency market and we know them all! Join us, as we look at your best bets this Friday! The first one is the euro. From Wednesday to Thursday, the currency received a boost and went up from $1.0554 to $1.0579. European shares went up again yesterday, reaching the highest level in 14 months, mostly due to a rally in Barclays and Dialog. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was up 0.1%, despite Germany’s DAX was flat, after data showed the country quadrupled its economic growth rate in the fourth quarter. We will continue to monitor this boost as it develops further, but now let us look at the US dollar. In the same period, the USD fell from €0.9474 to €0.9452. The number of Americans filing for unemployment rose this week, but a four-week average of these claims, considered a better way to gauge the rate, fell to a 43-1/2-year low, showing a stronger labor market. House prices also increased solidly well in December. This strength in the economy could allow the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in the near future. For more information, be sure to check us out next week as well!

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