On yesterday session, the EURUSD went back and forward without any clear direction although manages to close in the green, near the high of the day, in addition the currency pair closed within Wednesday’s range, which suggests being slightly on the bullish side of neutral.
The currency pair is trading above the 50-day moving average that should act as dynamic support plus remains trading below the 10 and 200-day moving averages both should act as dynamic resistances.
The key levels to watch are: a daily resistance at 1.0900, other daily resistance at 1.0819, the 10-day moving average at 1.0742 (resistance), a daily support at 1.0622, the 50-day moving average at 1.0595 (support) and a daily support at 1.0462.
After two weaker days in the presentation of the euro, today it rose against the dollar. At the beginning of the session nothing suggested that the bulls will be able to close the session in green. The rate by opening of the session was 1.0683, and at 7:00 had pierced the support level of 1.0660. This led to a daily low at 1.0640. Then the Bulls brought the price to a high of 1.0713. After a little hesitant movements, the day was closed with rise of the euro to 1.0697.
EUR/USD is sitting over 1.0650 support. The weekly movement (not such significant so far) is in favor of the dollar and some weekly short positions closing may help for the EUR. This is just guessing, not based on any analysis. If not clear, better to stay aside :)
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