Daily News | Euro weakening?

Here we have it people, another week in global binary options trading is almost at an end, but do not let that curb your enthusiasm! We have plenty to offer you this Friday, as the global markets continue to push currencies up and down, starting with the euro. From Wednesday to Thursday, the currency rose from $1.0868 to $1.0883. However, the currency is showing signs of weakening, following comments made by the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi. The pan-European FTSEurofist 300 index lost 0.23%, while the MSCI’s gauge of stocks fell 0.06%. As was previously expected, the ECB made no changes to its record-low interest rates. Still, we have to see what will this weakening bring to the Eurozone next week. But let’s now turn to the US dollar. In the same period, the USD fell from €0.9200 to €0.9189. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits once again increased from last week, more so than expected. They increased by 14,000 people, to a seasonally adjusted 257,000 for the week ended on April 22. Claims have been lower than 300.000, a threshold set for a healthy labor market, for over 112 straight weeks. We will see how this trend continues next week, so stick with us!

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