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The pound declined against its major counterparts in European deals on Thursday, after data showed that U.K. mortgage approvals fell in August to their lowest level since November 2014. Data from the Bank of England showed that U.K. mortgage approvals fell to 60,058 in August. This follows approvals...

At 5:00 am ET Thursday, the European Commission published monthly economic sentiment survey results. After these data, the euro changed little against its major rivals. As of 5:01 am ET, the euro was trading at 0.8632 against the pound, 1.0895 against the Swiss franc, 1.1216 against the U.S....

At 5:00 am ET Thursday, the European Commission publishes monthly economic sentiment survey results. The Eurozone economic confidence index is forecast to remain unchanged at 103.5 in September and business climate index to be at 0.05 points. Ahead of these data, the euro showed mixed trading against...

Following the release of U.K. mortgage approvals data for August at 4:30 am ET Thursday, the pound changed little against its major rivals. The pound was worth 1.3012 against the greenback, 132.05 against the yen, 0.8623 against the euro and 1.2636 against the franc around 4:31 am ET.

At 4:30 am ET Thursday, the Bank of England is scheduled to issue U.K. mortgage approvals data for August. The number of mortgage approvals is seen at 60,200 versus 60,900 in July. Ahead of the data, the pound showed mixed trading against its major rivals. While the pound pared gains against the greenback,...

At 3:55 am ET Thursday, Germany's Federal Labor Agency released unemployment data for September. After the data, the euro changed little against its major rivals. As of 3:56 am ET, the euro was trading at 0.8616 against the pound, 1.0894 against the Swiss franc, 1.1222 against the U.S. dollar...

At 3:55 am ET Thursday, Germany's Federal Labor Agency releases unemployment data for September. The number of unemployed is forecast to fall by 5,000 and the jobless rate to remain unchanged at 6.1 percent. Ahead of the data, the euro held steady against its major rivals. As of 3:50 am ET, the...

Commodity currencies such as the Australian, the New Zealand and the Canadian dollars strengthened against their major counterparts in the Asian session on Thursday amid risk appetite, as oil prices surged following the OPEC's output cut deal announcement and investors digested better-than-expected durable...

The euro strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday. The euro rose to an 8-day high of 113.99 against the yen and a 2-day high of 1.0903 against the Swiss franc, from yesterday's closing quotes of 112.93 and 1.0887, respectively. Against the pound and the...

The Japanese yen weakened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday. The yen fell to 8-day lows of 113.99 against the euro, 104.57 against the Swiss franc and 101.49 against the U.S. dollar, from yesterday's closing quotes of 112.93, 103.66 and 100.68, respectively. Against...

The NZ dollar strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday. The NZ dollar rose to an 8-day high of 74.05 against the yen, from yesterday's closing value of 73.30. Against the euro, the U.S. and the Australian dollars, the kiwi advanced to 1.5363, 0.7303 and...

The Canadian dollar strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday. The Canadian dollar rose to an 8-day high of 77.69 against the yen and a 3-day high of 1.0039 against the Australian dollar, from yesterday's closing quotes of 76.97 and 1.0059, respectively. Against...

The Australian dollar strengthened against most major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday. The Australian dollar rose to a 1-1/2-month high of 1.4558 against the euro, from yesterday's closing value of 1.4581. Against the U.S. dollar and the yen, the aussie advanced to a 3-week high of...

Eurousd2-092816.jpg The dollar has been fluctuating between small gains and losses against its major rivals Wednesday afternoon, but has not ventured far from the flat line. Economic data was on the light side today, with only durable goods order to contend with. Many investors focused their attention on Federal Reserve...

Wednesday, the U.S. dollar showed muted reaction to a speech by the Fed Chair Janet Yellen before the Congress, indicating the Fed's plan to impose stricter capital requirements on large U.S. banks to cope up with the effects of a downturn. "The existing capital conservation buffer would be replaced...

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