The rally continues on the EURUSD, a breakout above the 1.1709 level will mean the pair has broken above the 2 and a half year range, a breakout above the 1.1748 level will mean the pair has broken above its 55 Month EMA and it will have the road clear all the way to the 1.2000 level.
The euro rose against the US dollar on Friday. By the close of US trading, EUR/USD was trading at 1.1664, adding 0.28%. I believe that support is now at 1.1433, Monday's low, and resistance is likely at 1.1683, the high of Friday's trading.
Risk remains on the upside, immediate support at 1.1685, break above lead to 1.17 area. Very busy week ahead of us, Existing home sales on Monday, FOMC meeting on Wednesday, New home sales on Wednesday and Initial jobless claims on Thursday.
EUR/USD found some resistance at 1.1680 and bounced off from that level, forming a pair of shooting star candlesticks, a doji and a hanging man candlestick on the four-hour time-frame. The first target to the downside is likely 1.1600.
The single currency recorded a modest decline against the US dollar on Monday. The currency pair opened at 1.1662 and ended 21 pips lower. Graphics continued to grow above the moving averages, while the relative strength index remained neutral. Given the dominating positive attitudes in the long run, it is likely that the pair will reach a new peak.
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