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EUR/USD and GBP/USD. Results of April 1. Dollar receives support from macroeconomic data. Number of coronavirus cases in

4-hour timeframe
Average volatility over the past 5 days: 153p (high).
The EUR/USD pair continued the downward movement on the third trading day of the week. After a short respite, the downward movement resumed, the Kijun-sen line was overcome, and the euro/dollar pair has currently worked out the Senkou Span B line, which can also not be delayed for a long time. Thus, the chances that the downward movement will continue to increase significantly during today’s trading. However, there is also reason to believe that we are now witnessing a correction against a correction. Judge for yourselves: we observed a strong drop in the currency pair in the period from March 9 to March 23, and then a strong growth from March 23 to March 27, which totaled approximately 60% of the previous fall. Now we can observe a correctional decline already against the growth of March 23–27. Given the fact that the volatility of the pair is slowly decreasing (so far 122 points have been completed so far), there really is reason to expect a smooth calm of the currency market. If this hypothesis is true, then this is great news for traders who are tired of quite…

Dollar Little Changed After ISM Manufacturing, Construction Spending

Following the release of U.S. ISM manufacturing PMI for March and construction spending for February at 10.00 am ET Wednesday, the greenback changed little against its major rivals. The greenback was trading at 107.24 against the yen, 0.9663 against the franc, 1.2418 against the pound and 1.0929 against the euro around 10:05 am ET. The material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com…

Dollar Mixed Ahead Of ISM Manufacturing, Construction Spending

U.S. ISM manufacturing PMI for March and construction spending for February are set for release at 10.00 am ET Wednesday. Ahead of the data, the greenback traded mixed against its major rivals. While the greenback dropped against the pound and the yen, it held steady against the euro. Against the franc, it rose. The greenback was worth 107.21 against the yen, 0.9667 against the franc, 1.2421 against the pound and 1.0926 against the euro as of 9:55 am ET. The material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com…

U.S. Private Sector Employment Edges Lower Ahead Of Full Impact Of Coronavirus

Reflecting a significant loss of jobs at small businesses, payroll processor ADP released a report on Wednesday showing a modest decrease in private sector employment in the U.S. in the month of March. ADP said private sector employment fell by 27,000 jobs in March after jumping by a downwardly revised 179,000 jobs in February. Economists had expected private sector employment to plunge by 150,000 jobs compared to the addition of 183,000 jobs originally reported for the previous month. The drop was much smaller than expected but still reflects the first decrease in private sector employment since September of 2017. ADP also noted its national employment report, or NER, only utilizes data through the 12th of the month, which is the same period the Labor Department uses for its more closely watched monthly jobs report. “As such, the March NER does not fully reflect the most recent impact of COVID-19 on the employment situation, including unemployment claims reported on March 26, 2020,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, co-head of the ADP Research Institute. The drop in private sector employment came as small businesses cut 90,000 jobs, more than offsetting an uptick of 7,000 jobs at midsized businesses and the addition of 56,000 jobs…