Yesterday saw the EURO start fighting back after an extended period of losses from the start of the year. The Swiss national bank (SNB) decision to discontinue their minimum cap of 1.20 against the EURO, the European Central Bank (ECB) decision to initiate a series of aggressive Quantitative Easing measures to counter the current deflation and the Greek election results have been the main drives behind the falling Euro.

Yesterday saw the EURO start fighting back after an extended period of losses from the start of the year. The Swiss national bank (SNB) decision to discontinue their minimum cap of 1.20 against the EURO, the European Central Bank (ECB) decision to initiate a series of aggressive Quantitative Easing measures to counter the current deflation and the Greek election results have been the main drives behind the falling Euro.