EUR / USD likely decrease in pair as investors remain positive expectations for the minutes of the Fed meeting, which will come out tomorrow, possibly by the bank to raise interest rates later in the year. The pressure on the single currency continues because of continuing disagreement between Greece and European lenders.
GBP / USD sentiment remains in favor of the dollar today is expected to increase in building permits from the US. At 11:30 expect major UK data on inflation, which may increase volatility in the pair.
Indeksiete likely to increase due to open yesterday's better data on the profits of some European companies such as Volkswagen and Volvo. US indexes Dow and SPX put new upward movements in azitatskata session, as European indices are likely to continue their movements. Oil also increased its price earlier today, which will probably have a positive effect on energy stocks. Today we expect important data on ZEW index of economic expectations in Germany, the euro zone trade balance and building permits in the US.
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