The EUR/USD pair is ending Tuesday with modest gains, after trading as high as 1.0975 during the European session. The pair rallied throughout the first half of the day amid the persistent positive sentiment, also backed by encouraging European data. The German ZEW Survey, which showed that the Economic Sentiment in the EU improved to 46 in May, much better than the -12.1 forecast, while for Germany it also improved to 51 from 28.2, although the assessment of the current situation in the country plunged to -93.5 from -91.5.
Asian equities rallied, but European indexes struggled to gain ground, ending the day mixed, as the mood softened. The French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that the European Union recovery fund proposed by Germany and France, probably will not be available until 2021. Wall Street also ended mixed, as US housing data disappointed with April’s Building Permits falling by 20.8% and Housing Starts declining by 30.2% in the same month. Fed’s chief Powell testified before the Congress but failed to impress, centering its testimony in the need for financial aid throughout the crisis.
EUR/USD LONG (Buy)
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