The single currency registered a decrease against the US dollar yesterday, which wiped out part of the accumulated advantage on Monday. The euro depreciated by nearly 30 pips to a closing price of 1.1058. The daily limit values were recorded respectively at 1.1099 and 1.1021. Despite the retreat of the currency pair, attitudes in the short term remain positive. Keeping the support at 1.1020 will confirm the corrective character of the movement.
Yesterday the EURUSD pair moved back and forward with lack of direction closing in the red near the open of the day with a narrow range day, creating an inside day. This type of day is often used to signal indecision about the future direction of the currency as the market waits for the Fed's Monetary Policy Statement later today.
EUR/USD bounced off the resistance at 1.1100 that coincides with the (89)MA on the daily filter chart and is descending towards the support at 1.0980. That said, the FOMC rate decision later today will probably provoke quite a bit of volatility on the market so nothing is certain.
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