On the last Friday’s session the EURUSD tried to rally but found enough resistance at 1.0703 to bounce back down and closed in the middle of the daily range, in addition the currency pair managed to close within Thursday’s range, which suggests a being clearly neutral, neither side is showing control.
The currency pair is trading above the 50-day moving average should act as a dynamic support but succeed in closing below and remains trading below the 10 and 200-day moving averages that should act as dynamic resistances.
The key levels to watch are: a daily resistance at 1.0819, the 10-day moving average at 1.0703 (resistance), a daily support at 1.0622, the 50-day moving average at 1.0577 (support) and a daily support at 1.0462.
EUR/USD dropped considerably today, which is unsurprising considering the doji candlestick on the weekly time-frame below the resistance at 1.0780. If the pair breaks below 1.0620 next target will likely be at 1.0580.
The EUR/USD pair started the week with a bullish gap. The US dollar declined due to the surprising Trump’s immigration ban, though later retreated from 1.0742 to bottom at 1.0619. In the short term the pair is poised to further decline.
@csc2009 I've watched this thread and you keep on mentioning Goldman Sachs. Is this your basis for watching the market? I've searched him and according from Goldman Sachs Site (https://fm-fx.net/blog/goldman-sachs/) is one of the vital cogs of financial industry.
May I ask, is this helped you in your trading? If yes, I think I really have to monitor it.
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