Daily News | Labor market causes concerns

After a week of fluctuations on the global markets of the world, we have finally reached the end of this trading week. But don’t think there aren’t any more business opportunities! Stick with us, because we will give you all the information necessary for last minute trading on the currency market! This Friday, we looked at the euro. From Wednesday to Thursday, the currency rose from $1.0547 to $1.0587. This happened just as the European Central Bank doubled down on its aggressive plans for a stimulus package, which will be in place at least until the end of the year. The ECB also let the cheap borrowing schemes of banks to expire, although it did not completely shut out that idea. Let us now shift to the US dollar. In the same period, the USD fell from €0.9480 to €0.9457. Unemployment benefits seems to have fallen to 44-year lows, but the labor market is still in a tailspin after sharp drops in job cuts. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits rose to an adjusted 243,000, for the week that ended on March 4th. We will continue to monitor the US labor market, and more, next week, so don’t forget to check us out!

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