Under what circumstances might Euro weaken after the German elections?

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Old Sep 21, 2017, 7:33pm   #1
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Under what circumstances might Euro weaken after the German elections?

Hi.

I was wondering – under what circumstances people thought the Euro might weaken after the upcoming German Federal Elections on September 24th?

Of course, it would appear Merkel’s victory seems to be a foregone conclusion. But outside of the fairly clear certainties that Merkel’s CDU will win most votes with the Social Democrats coming second, in which circumstances might we see the Euro weaken come Monday when the retail forex markets begin again.

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Old Sep 21, 2017, 7:45pm   #2
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Both German stocks and Euro should rally. There's a rather good chance the German stock index making new all time high. I am not convinced who wins will make a difference.
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Old Sep 24, 2017, 7:18pm   #3
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the euro will weaken under the conditions of others in the G8 getting stronger .....(hint - always look at both sides of the picture)
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