Economic data was on the lighter side once more on Tuesday, with economic sentiment figures in focus.
In August, Germany’s ZEW Economic Sentiment Index fell from 63.3 to 40.4, versus a forecasted decline to 55.1.
Things were not much better for the euro bloc, with the ZEW Economic Sentiment Index for the Eurozone falling from 61.2 to 42.7. Economists had forecast a decline to 45.6.
Ahead of today’s numbers, the EUR had risen to a pre-stat and current day high $1.17429 before falling to a pre-stat low $1.17262.
In response to today’s stats, the EUR fell from $1.17322 to a post-stat and current day low $1.17260.
At the time of writing, the EUR was down by 0.07% to $1.17289.
U.S unit labor cost and nonfarm productivity figures for the 2nd quarter.