EUR/USD Lost a fraction last week as the ECB left rates unchanged and the United States reported a lower than expected Non-Farm Payrolls number and Unemployment Rate. The week began on a positive note, with the pair gaining on Monday after German Retail Sales increased +1.4% m/m compared to a previous reading of -1.0 downwardly revised from -2.3%. Also out were EZ CPI Flash Estimate, which increased +0.2% y/y and Core CPI Flash Estimate, which increased +1.0% y/y, both as widely anticipated. The rate continued higher on Tuesday, making its weekly high of 1.1331 after the Eurozone Unemployment Rate declined to 10.9% from 11.1% and German Unemployment Change, which came out at -7K versus -3K expected. U.S. numbers had ISM Manufacturing PMI print at 51.1 compared to an expected reading of 52.6. On Wednesday, the pair weakened despite U.S.