The pair stayed mostly apathetic after the final inflation figures in the euro area showed consumer prices rising at an annualized 1.5%, matching the preliminary readings. On a monthly basis, prices rose 0.8% while Core CPI rose 0.7% over the last twelve months.
Further data saw EMU’s trade surplus at €17.8 billion in February], bettering prior surveys and reverting January’s €0.6 billion deficit.
Spot remains under pressure today, following some moderate recovery of the greenback after dropping to fresh 3-week lows on Tuesday when tracked by the US Dollar Index. Collaborating with the Dollar’s advance, US yields are flirting with daily highs after yesterday’s deep pullback.
Data wise across the pond, the weekly report on crude oil inventories by the EIA is due later in the NA session along with the speech by Boston Fed E.Rosengren (2019 voter, hawkish) and the Fed’s Beige Book.
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