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By: Daniel Gant
December 23rd 2013 3:12pm GMT, London UK

Last week the EUR/USD pair dropped down from 1.3800 area to 1.3625 where rebounded. The pair fell down on Wednesday when FOMC announced tapering of monetary stimulus by $10 billion/month. The pair also suffered as on Thursday morning S&P credit rating company decrease EU’s. On Friday we saw very strong final U.S. GDP which might help the pair keep the bearish sentiment.

The USD/JPY continued its and upper trend climbed last week to its highest price since October 2008. The pair reached the 104.60 level after the FOMC statement where Fed released that monetary stimulus will be scale back to $75 billion/month. Contrarily the Bank of Japan increased its budget on the quantitative easing program. That can cause in a future that the pair.

Last week the GBP/USD pair first increase above 1.6460 level on very strong U.K. labor data but partially erased the profit as the U.S. Dollar was boosted by Fed tapering. This week there are no economic data coming out from U.K. market. We should expect low volatility driven mostly by U.S. Dollar and its event. The most important for this week will be the U.S. Core Durable Goods data on Tuesday.

Last week the price of Gold strongly fell down and bounced on $1,187 an ounce. The price reacted on the news of Fed tapering and dropped almost to its minimum (in June the price once dropped to $1,180 an ounce). The price finished the week slightly above $1,200 an ounce as the physical demand pulled the price

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