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The euro advanced against its key counterparts in European deals on Tuesday, despite a data showing slowdown in Eurozone business activity growth in September. Preliminary data from Markit Economics showed that the composite output index fell to 52.3 in September, a 9-month low, from 52.5 in August....

At 4:30 am ET Tuesday, the British Bankers' Association released its August mortgage approvals report for the U.K. After the data, the Pound changed little against its major rivals. As of 4:31 am ET, the Pound was trading at 0.7881 against the Euro, 1.5321 against the Swiss franc, 1.6333 against...

At 4:30 am ET Tuesday, the British Bankers' Association will release its August mortgage approvals report for the U.K. Mortgage approvals are forecast to rise to 42,913 in August from 42,792 in July. Ahead of the data, the Pound retreated against its major rivals. As of 4:25 am ET, the Pound was...

At 4:00 am ET Tuesday, Markit Economics released the preliminary results of its September private sector activity survey for the eurozone. After the data, the Euro changed little against its major rivals. As of 4:01 am ET, the Euro was trading at 0.7877 against the Pound, 1.2079 against the Swiss...

At 4:00 am ET Tuesday, Markit Economics will release the preliminary results of its September private sector activity survey for the eurozone. The flash composite PMI is expected to remain at 52.5 in September. The manufacturing PMI is estimated to remain unchanged at 50.7 in September and the services...

After the release of German PMI data at 3:30 am ET Tuesday, the euro showed mixed trading against its major counterparts. While the euro rose against the greenback and the pound, it changed little against the franc and the yen. The euro was trading at 1.2860 against the greenback, 1.2076 against the...

At 3:30 am ET Tuesday, Markit Economics is scheduled to release its preliminary manufacturing and service PMI reports for Germany. The manufacturing PMI is expected to edge down to 51.2 in September from 51.4 in August and the services PMI is forecast to decline to 54.6 from 54.9 in August. Ahead...

The pound strengthened against most major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday ahead of Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speech in the week, as traders focus clues of interest-rate increases in the U.K. The BOE Governor Mark Carney is scheduled to address a meeting at the Institute and...

The Canadian dollar is lower in the Asian session on Tuesday, extending its slide from overnight trading after Bank of Canada Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins remarked that the bank sees 'neutral' interest rates to be lower than before to help with the recovery. At a meeting at the Chartered Financial...

The Australian dollar strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Tuesday after data showed that Chinese manufacturing purchasing managers' index for September came in above expectations. Data from HSBC and Markit Economics showed that the Chinese manufacturing sector expanded...

The euro traded mixed against its key counterparts on Monday, after the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi indicated that the euro area recovery is losing momentum and there remains further downside risks to recovery. The economic recovery in the euro area is losing momentum and the recent...

The Canadian dollar continued its early slide against the Japanese yen in European deals on Monday. The loonie hit a 4-day low of 99.00 against the yen, off early high of 99.64. The loonie may find support around the 98.0 region. The pair traded at 99.44 at Friday's close.

The NZ dollar that retreated from early highs against most major currencies fell further in the European session on Monday. The NZ dollar fell to a 4-day low of 0.8101 against the U.S. dollar, from an early low of 0.8169. At yesterday's close, the kiwi was trading at 0.8115 against the greenback. Against...

The Canadian dollar declined against most major currencies in early European deals on Monday, as a decline in European stocks and commodities hurt riskier assets. Commodities were hit hard on speculation that a slowing economic growth in China will curtail the demand for raw materials. China's...

The Australian dollar weakened against the other major currencies on Monday, as investors sold riskier assets due to weak commodity prices and concerns about a slowing Chinese economy. Profit taking after recent strength also contribute to the weakness in the Asian region. Investors turned cautious...