The euro recorded a modest increase against the US Dollar on Tuesday. The session started at 1.0890 ended just 16 pips higher. Daily extreme values were reached respectively at 1.0859 and 1.0938. If the euro continues to move upward, we can expect an attempt to test the first resistance at 1.0975.
On yesterday session the EURUSD went back and forward without any clear direction but closed in the green, in the middle of the daily range, in addition managed to close within the previous day range, suggesting that the pair should continue with the consolidation.
The pair closed above the 10 and the 50-day moving averages that are acting as a dynamic support.
The key levels to watch are: 200-day moving average at 1.1047 (resistance), previous swing high at 1.0984 (resistance), 10-day moving average at 1.0898 (support), the 50-day moving average at 1.0844 (support) and the last swing low at 1.0805 (Support).
EUR/USD rose on Tuesday, staying near month peak against the backdrop of ever more likely that the Federal Reserve may slow the second rise in interest rates after the International Monetary Fund lowered its global economic growth forecasts for the year.
On Wednesday session the single currency recorded a modest decline against the US dollar. After a volatile session the euro lost 18 pips. The pair failed to break the range in which was traded recently. A significant challenge for the pair downwards appear at levels 1.0854 and a possible breakthrough will enable the continuous decrease.
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