The European debt crisis has increased the focus on the euro currency, which typically peaks in late December or early January. The strongest seasonal period for the euro is from September to the end of the year.
From a high in late December or early January, the euro often has an initial decline into February before it bounces. The euro then resumes its decline, making a final bottom in the August-to-September time frame.
From the beginning of the year declining into a bottom in March and then rising into year end.
From the beginning of the year declining into a bottom in June and then rising into December / January.
From the beginning of the year declining into a bottom in February and then rising into June making a top and then declining into year end.
Bottoming in the beginning of year in the January – March time frame and rising into year end.