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The euro approached a multi-day high against the pound on Thursday, extending early rally, as the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said that the central bank would start purchasing covered bonds and asset-backed securities in the fourth quarter, starting with covered bonds in the second half...

After the release of the U.S. weekly jobless claims for the week ended September 27 at 8:30 am ET Thursday, the greenback edged up against the other major currencies. The greenback was trading at 1.2627 against the euro, 0.9574 against the franc, 1.6137 against the pound and 108.81 against the yen around 8:33 am ET.

The U.S. weekly jobless claims for the week ended September 27 are due at 8:30 am ET Thursday. Ahead of the data, the greenback showed mixed trading against the other major currencies. While the greenback held steady against the euro, it advanced against the rest of major currencies. The greenback...

The euro was higher against its most major opponents in European deals on Thursday, after the European Central Bank maintained its key interest rates unchanged at a record low, after reducing them unexpectedly last month. The Governing Council, led by President Mario Draghi, held the refinancing rate...

As expected, the European Central Bank maintained its refinancing rate at 0.05 percent. The euro changed little against its major rivals after the announcement. The euro was trading at 1.2635 against the greenback, 0.7829 against the pound, 1.2080 against the franc and 137.41 against the yen around 7:48 am ET.

The European Central Bank is due to announce its rate decision at 7:45 am ET Thursday. After the rate cut in the previous month, the central bank is expected to maintain its refinancing rate and deposit rate at 0.05 percent and -0.2 percent, respectively. The euro showed mixed trading against its...

The euro firmed against the Swiss franc in European deals on Thursday. The euro hit 1.2081 against the franc for the first time since September 25. If the euro-franc pair extends rise, 1.22 is seen as its next possible resistance level. The pair closed yesterday's trading at 1.2066.

The euro showed mixed trading against the other major currencies in the European session on Thursday ahead of the monetary policy statement by the European Central Bank, due shortly. After the rate cut in the previous month, the central bank is expected to maintain its refinancing rate and deposit...

The pound fell against its major opponents in early European deals on Thursday, as European stocks fell ahead of the outcome of monetary policy meeting from the European Central Bank, due shortly. Eurozone manufacturing sector activity hit a 14-month low in September, while inflation fell to a five...

At 5:00 am ET Thursday, Eurostat released its August producer prices report. After the data, the Euro changed little against its major rivals. As of 5:01 am ET, the Euro was trading at 0.7813 against the Pound, 1.2640 against the U.S. dollar, 1.2074 against the Swiss franc and 137.04 against the Yen.

At 5:00 am ET Thursday, Eurostat is due to release its August producer prices report. Eurozone producer prices are expected to fall 1.2 percent year-over-year in August following the 1.1 percent drop in July. On a month-over-month basis, producer prices are forecast to decline 0.1 percent, the same rate...

After the release of U.K. construction PMI for September at 4:30 am ET Thursday, the pound changed little against the other major currencies. The pound was trading at 0.7801 against the euro, 1.5469 against the franc, 1.6188 against the greenback and 175.64 against the yen around 4:35 am ET.

At 4:30 am ET Thursday, Markit Economics and the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Logistics are scheduled to release the results of their construction sector survey for the U.K. The construction purchasing managers' index, or PMI, is expected to fall to 63.5 in September from 64 in August. The...

The Japanese yen rose against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday and held steady thereafter, as weak PMI reports released yesterday from around the world triggered concerns over global growth. Investors sentiment fell on weak manufacturing activity reports from Eurozone and...

The U.S. dollar trimmed its early losses against European counterparts in early European deals on Thursday. The greenback was trading at 1.6182 against the pound, 0.9572 against the franc and 1.2613 against the euro, off early low of 1.6249, 2-day lows of 0.9525 and 1.2673, respectively.