Good morning. Euro continues to weaken after Spain’s downgrade by S&P and ahead of Italy’s bond auction later today. Other important economic events today are the US trade balance and initial jobless claims
EURUSD already erased last week’s gains and it seems there’s much pressure on the $1.2800/25 support level. 1.26 is next floor to watch in case 1.2800/25 fails. I am bearish while it holds below 1.3
Potential trade strategy: to sell at 1.2950, stop above 1.300, target at 1.2600
EURUSD daily 10-11-2012
Resistance at .8100 remained intact as EUR started to lose ground across the board. The question now is whether current movement is corrective or not, so it’s time to keep an eye on fib support zone around .8000
Good morning. Euro rallied but faced resistance after Friday’s NFP data release, which came at 114k vs. consensus of 113k. The unemployment rate dropped to 7.8%, fueling the conspiracy theories that the number was fake in order to aid President Obama’s re-election.
Good morning. The euro is retesting support formed by the fib range between 1.2770 and 1.2840, after a failed attempt to recover above 1.29 on Friday. Some of the most important economic events this week are: Bernanke’s speech later today, ECB’s rate decision on Thursday and the NFP on Friday.
Good morning. Euro rallied on Friday after the NFP data release, reaching $1.28 against the US dollar. Other risk currencies such as AUD followed the EUR higher. What’s also interesting these days is that EURCHF started moving, rallying 150 points before pulling back to 1.2070-1.21 where it is trading now.
Good morning. The euro and risk currencies such as AUD rallied yesterday after the ECB meeting. Euro is currently holding gains above $1.2600, being ready for another leg up to $1.27 – $1.28. Most important economic event today is the US NFP data release
Potential trade strategy: to buy dips around 1.2530, stop below 1.2470, target at 1.2650
EURUSD 4hrs 9-3-2012
Cable remains bullish after recent breakout above 1.5750 but has found resistance at 1.59 – formed by the 62% fib of the entire decline from 1.63 to 1.5260. Buying dips near support zone or on a break above the 62% are two plans to consider.
Good morning. Euro continues to face some downside pressure as it failed to recover above former support, formed by the trendline connecting recent short-term higher lows on the 4hrs chart (see bel0w). Initial Jobless Claims is today’s most important economic data release.