With downbeat retail sales data combining with a sizable fourth quarter loss at Deutsche Bank to take the euro down a peg from a 14-month high, some traders are asking whether the common currency's bullish run is over.
Not at all, says Kathy Lien.
Lien, a managing director at BK Asset Management and a CNBC contributor, told CNBC's Melissa Lee that the bout of weakness is just that - a brief interruption in a longer upward trend.
"The decline that we've seen in the euro-dollar today is very, very small," she says. "If anything, you can look at this opportunity in the euro-dollar to actually pick up some bargains."