Daily News | European data roles in

We are at the beginning of another exciting week in global binary options trading. As always, we make your job that much easier as we scour the news for the juiciest opportunities on the currency market. You are then of course free to make the best trades possible! This Monday, we start with the euro. From Thursday to Friday, the currency rose from $1.0903 to $1.0932. It seems that European economic growth remained steady in the third quarter and, overall, inflation picked up this month. In the 19 European countries using it, the euro rose by 0.3% in the July-September period, the same as in the second quarter. The economy expanded by 1.6%, in year-on-year terms. Good economic data might lead to further growth for the euro, so stay up-to-date with our daily news. Now, let us look at the US dollar. In the same period, the USD fell slightly, from €0.9171 to €0.9147. According to previous economic data, the dollar steadied slightly, but stock markets remained fearful, as the FBI started investigating new e-mail leaks linked to US presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. In the presidential race as a whole, poles remain 50-50, which is having a palpable effect on US economic growth. We will continue to follow this story in the weeks to come.

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