The euro broke a five-day losing streak against the US dollar and rose on Friday despite good data on US inflation. The currency pair EUR/USD ended the week at 1.1129, raising on Friday with 0.22 percent, and since the beginning of the year the euro has risen nearly 2.5 percent against the green money. Data from the day showed that consumer confidence in the Eurozone declined for the past month.
The euro resumed its downward movement against the dollar on Monday. The single currency depreciated by 83 pips to a closing price of 1.1027. The daily limit values were reached respectively at 1.1123 and 1.1003. Technical outlook in the short term remains negative, but for further decline is needed breakthrough levels at 1.0960.
Yesterday the EURUSD plunged with a wide range and closed near the low of the day, in addition managed to close below the previous day low, suggesting strong bearish momentum.
The pair is trading below the 10-day moving average acting as dynamic resistance however is still trading above the 50 and the 200-day moving averages that are acting as dynamic support.
The key levels to watch are: The previous swing high at 1.1376, a daily resistance at 1.1237, the 10-day moving average at 1.1132 (resistance), a daily resistance at 1.1097, the 200-day moving average at 1.1025 (support) and 50-day moving average at 1.0982 (support).
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