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Europe's recovery from a recession induced by the COVID-19 pandemic has been somewhat delayed but should pick up pace from mid-year, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said in comments published by a French newspaper on Sunday. With euro zone nations locking down their economies to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, the bloc's economy shrank last quarter and a contraction in the first three months of 2021 is a distinct possibility as much of the services sector remains shut. "We expect the upswing to gather pace around the middle of the year, even if the uncertainties persist," Lagarde told Le Journal du Dimanche in an interview.
The fund noted it would not expose more than 15% of its $2.25 billion in assets to bitcoin.
BTC is back within striking distance of its all-time high set early last month.
DeFi and the prospect of trading futures have crypto investors scooping up ETH.
British pound initially fell but then turned around to show strength again as the Bank of England has taken the idea of negative interest rates off the table.
The British pound has initially pulled back during the course of the week only to turn around and show signs of strength again, approaching the ￥145 level.
The Euro has fallen during the week, reaching down below the 1.20 level. However, it looks like the common currency is at least trying to put up a fight here.
The Australian dollar has gone back and forth during the week to test the 0.75 region and recover slightly.
The British pound rallied again during the trading session on Friday after the nonfarm payroll numbers came out lighter than expected.
The British pound has rallied again on Friday to reach towards the ￥145 level. This is an area that I suspect is going to cause some problems.
The Euro rallied a bit on Friday after the US had a rather lackluster jobs report. We are still in an area that will attract attention in both directions.
The Australian dollar bounced a bit during the trading session on Friday, as the jobs number came out slightly less than anticipated in America.
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AUD/USD managed to get above 0.7600 and is trying to settle above the 50 EMA.
(Bloomberg) -- The pound is behaving like a “risk-on imposter,” making it vulnerable to a reversal in sentiment.That’s the view of strategists at HSBC Holdings Plc including Dominic Bunning, who say the relationship between sterling and risk sentiment has strengthened since Covid-19 roiled markets last year. As a result, it’s now performing much like traditional high-beta peers, such as the New Zealand, Australian and Canadian dollars and emerging-market currencies. An asset with a high beta tends to rise and fall more than the overall market.The pound’s “role as a risk-on currency is not well deserved,” they said. “Our base case is that GBP underperforms G-10 FX this year as its weaker domestic drivers start to dominate the spurious risk-on behavior that has driven it to more elevated levels in recent months.”It’s an indictment of how the market is looking to re-categorize the pound after the U.K. sealed a late trade agreement with the European Union in December, removing a key source of Brexit uncertainty that had driven the currency’s gyrations. Sterling still trades well below its pre-referendum range against both the dollar and euro.The currency is the best performer among Group-of-10 counterparts this year, buoyed by the U.K.’s vaccination drive, which is among the most successful in the world. It rose the most in a week Thursday after the Bank of England said it does not intend to send a signal that negative rates are imminent-- a move that would likely weaken the currency. It traded 0.1% stronger at $1.3685 as of 8:06 a.m. in London.“In fairness, GBP does have a slightly lower correlation with equities than other ‘risk-on’ currencies and some recent strength may be a reflection of relative vaccination speeds, not just risk,” HSBC strategists said. “Even so, GBP’s elevated correlation to risk appetite may become a hindrance as and when more focus is placed on idiosyncratic drivers of FX.”Currencies like the loonie, Aussie and kiwi have strong positive correlations with other risky assets, such as equities. Also, variables including higher exports, growth rates and inflation help drive their performance. The pound scores well on inflation, but lags in the other categories, they said.HSBC aren’t the only ones pointing to domestic issues proving a headwind for the pound’s resurgence. Strategists at Citigroup Inc. are also bearish on the pound, citing trade disruptions, a widening current-account deficit and under-priced political risk around another Scottish independence referendum.(Adds context in fourth, analyst view in final paragraphs)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.?2021 Bloomberg L.P.
EUR/USD is trying to get below the nearest support level at 1.1965.
GBP/USD managed to settle above the 20 EMA and is moving towards the resistance at 1.3710.
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