Wall Street Journal reports that 1-month risk-reversal indicator, which measures the weight of the bearish options bets on the single currency on the bullish ones, surged to 4 volatility points overcoming the level of 3.5 volatility points where it was seen at the peak of the financial crisis in 2008. That means that investors expect a sharp fall in EUR/USD during the next month.
Analysts at ING underline that rising yields on European bonds stirs up the market’s concerns. Specialists at Brown Brothers Harriman think that euro will react to the growing concerns about France, Belgium, Austria and other core countries that threaten to take the sovereign debt crisis to a new level.
Chart. Daily EUR/USD
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