On Wednesday, the EUR saw mixed results versus most of its currency pair counterparts. The EUR underwent a bearish trend against the USD, declining close to a 100 pips. Against the Japanese yen on the EUR fell more than 3% yesterday to 127.95, its lowest since mid-May, as investors shunned risk and unwound carry trades.
The Sterling hit a 1 month low against the Dollar, extending its losses after weak industrial output data the previous day reinforced doubts about a UK recovery.
The British pound declined for a 5th day versus the U.S dollar, trading as low as $1.6048, on speculation the Bank of England will increase its asset-purchase program at a monetary-policy committee meeting tomorrow, boosting the supply of the U.K. currency.
The Bank of England will stick tomorrow with its current plan to spend as much as 125 billion pounds in newly printed money to boost the economy, according to economists' predictions. The GBP may fall to a 2 month low against the Yen in coming weeks after it dropped below a support level at 154.08 yen, according to analysts.