Median forecasts for the EURUSD have moved a bit since last month. On the short term (Q3 2021 – Q2 2021), forecasts have remained the same or have increased a bit. However, on the medium term (2022 – 2023) forecasts have decreased a bit. Forecasts for the longer term (2024) have remained stable. In most cases, mean forecasts have remained pretty stable.
In Asia, median forecasts for the EURJPY have increased on the short term (Q3 2021 – Q2 2021), while long term forecasts (2023) have decreased. Median forecasts for the medium term have remained stable. Mean forecasts follow a similar path as median forecasts.
Going back to Europe, forecasts for EURGBP have remained pretty stable up to 2022, but have decreased for 2023. Forecasts in Switzerland (EURCHF) have been pretty stable up to Q2 2022, but afterwards have decreased a bit.
Our Monthly FX Poll consists of more than just these four major currency pairs, so please find in our Monthly FX Poll an overview of the predictions of approximately 50 leading banks and brokers for the most commonly traded currency pairs (including the date for each party).