10th Nov 2014 EUR/USD Analysis


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The European Central Bank’s dovish policy statement on Thursday drove the Euro weaker against the Yen and Dollar but the week’s lowest at 1.2355 was supported. The jobs report on Friday showed companies hired fewer workers than forecast, despite the jobless rate dropping to a six-year low. The greenback fell against the Euro towards the support of early October. Breaking above the 20SMA on the H4 chart will likely imply a bullish trend similar to the October 15th breakthrough which saw EUR/USD attain 1.2870. Resistance this week at 1.25-1.255 will likely extend drops towards 1.2355 and breaking the trendline on the monthly charts towards 1.22 support.

This week’s likely fundamental impacts are coming from the CPI month on month changes as well as GDP out of France and Germany, which technical traders are bound to look for intraday entries before Thursday’s data release to close their positions.

 

Trend Direction
S3
S2
S1
R1
R2
R3
Entry
Stop Loss
Exit
 Slight bullish 1.22  1.2300  1.2355 1.251  1.254  1.262

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