News u can use... FXStreet (Barcelona) - Kit Juckes, Global Head of Currency Strategy at Societe Generale, expects the EUR/USD to grind lower towards year-end.
'I have updated my simple EUR/USD with projections based on the forward interest rate and curve, and the simplistic assumption that that peripheral spreads are range-bound from here. The upshot is that EUR/USD ‘should' end 2014 at 1.3230, a little below current levels, getting to 1.25 in 2014 and 1.20 in 2016.' 'This week's focus in Europe will be on further comment from ECB officials (though Mr Draghi yesterday seemed clear enough: They will ease in at the June 5 council meeting). The last two ECB rate cuts saw the Euro fall briefly and then bounce. This week's bounce in EUR/USD probably can't go much further, and is a chance to sell.'
There's space where u can buy up to resistance but according to this guy, the euro is going to continue to fall. It's not going to happen all at once..... but supposedly its getting weaker & the dollar is getting stronger.
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