EUR / USD The pair remains under pressure because of the continuing uncertainty in the region and growing speculation about Greece's exit from the Eurozone. At the other extreme is the situation in the US, more and more analysts predict an increase in interest rates by the Federal Reserve this year, which supports the "greenback"
GBP / USD may see an increase in pounds by the expectation of better data today from the UK, if not justify - new Short. You will probably see an increase in volatility after the release of Release inflation index and retail prices.
The indices sentiment remains positive, the increase in oil prices in early session today, will probably boost energy stocks. Important fundamental news coming from the UK and USA.
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