The single currency recorded an increase against the US dollar on Thursday. The currency pair opened at 1.1744 and the price bounced back from support at 1.1735. After all, the euro ended at 1.1786 and if the mood swings continue, there will probably be a breakthrough in the first resistance at 1.1910.
The euro rose against the US dollar on Friday. By the close of US trading, EUR / USD was trading at 1.1818, adding 0.26%. I believe that the support is now located at the level of 1.1717, Wednesday's low and resistance is likely at 1.1962 - Monday's high.
The new week brought a success for the dollar, which added 59 pips to its assets assets. At the beginning of the day one euro was exchanged for $1.1790, while at the end of the day the ratio was 1.1731. The rate several times broke the first support at level 1.1735, under pressure from the bears, as after one of the breaks the pair recorded a bottom at 1.1729 level. For the bulls, peak was reached at the level of 1.1815, achieved during the first hours of the session.
EUR/USD moved higher today and reached daily high at 1.1787, supported by the weak greenback, abut the pair rejected this high and later retreated to 1.1761. However ahead of NFP the pair is set on wait and see mode.
On Thursday, the euro lost 48 pips against the dollar. The day was opened at 1.1758 and during the first hours of the day it gradually climbed to a peak at 1.1778. After that, there was a sharp drop in qoutes, with a support at 1.1735. Bears recorded a bottom at 1.1698, and the last price for the day was 1.1710.
The EUR//USD pair is hovering around 23.6% Fibo of its latest March to September bullish run. The good marco data from EU was not enough to trigger any sharp moves and adding the lack of news from US, the pair will remain range bounded.
The euro gained positions against the dollar on Tuesday. The single currency justified the positive expectations and recorded a successful session. As a result, the first resistance at 1.1787 was overcomed. If the bullish moods continue to prevail, the second key level at 1.1833 will be breached. Tuesday's trading began at a price of 1.1739 and the euro gained 68 pips to the final. Peak for the day was reached at 1.1825.
The euro / dollar had a bullish momentum yesterday, reaching a peak of 1.1825. The trading signals are up for testing the critical resistance of 1.1850 - 1.1900. A clear breakthrough and daily closure over this zone will end the bears' correction phase and will resume my upward model for the retest of 1.2000 / 90. The first support is 1.1790, whose breakthrough can take the price to a neutral zone with testing at 1.1750 / 00 and will keep the downward correction phase valid. In general, I stay bullish.
Euro / dollar continued its inertia up yesterday, sliding over the resistance 1.1850. The outlook remains bullish so far, but a clear break above 1.1900 is needed to further confirm that the downward correction phase is no longer valid for targets in the 1.2000 - 1.2090 area. Immediate support is 1.1850. A clear breakthrough and daily closure back under it will keep the bear's correction phase in place.