On yesterday session the EURUSD initially tried to rise but found enough resistance at the previous swing high at 1.0984 to reverse and close in the red, near the low of the day, 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 1.1046 (resistance), previous swing high at 1.0984 (resistance), 10-day moving average at 1.0891 (support), the 50-day moving average at 1.0848 (support) and the last swing low at 1.0805 (Support).
The dollar remained almost unchanged against the other major currencies on Wednesday, even after disappointing US economic data and concerns over declining oil prices continued to support the yen and Swiss franc. EUR/USD ended slightly lower at 1.0889.
The ECB announcement shock the EUR/USD out of it's coma and dropped it under the daily support at 1.0806 but it bounced over Fibonacci support at 1.0845, I see that the pair will stay under this level while the US data supporting the Dollar.
WijnHF posted: Nice impacts during the ECB press conference! (still can't believe that 'Kieran' missed it :) ! )
Jesus I had a buy order at 710 grrrr,my trading partner said yesterday move it up to 800,lol.Just caught 21 points in the last few minutes,I missed the bottom by 1 minute.Still looks like an up trend even though 880-900 were former resistance areas!!My students did really well today.Hope you did well my friend.
Abdul2012 posted: The ECB announcement shock the EUR/USD out of it's coma and dropped it under the daily support at 1.0806 but it bounced over Fibonacci support at 1.0845, I see that the pair will stay under this level while the US data supporting the Dollar.
Well still this was not enough, EUR/USD returned to open price for the day.
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