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21st Oct 2014 EUR/USD Analysis

21st Oct 2014 EUR/USD Analysis

dollar, Draghi, ECB, EUR/USD, EUR/USD Forecast, EURO, European Central Bank, EURUSD analysis, EURUSD outlook, EURUSD technical analysis, Mario Draghi, referendum, spain, U.S Dollar, USD, EUR/USD outlook, EURUSD forecast EUR/USD covered yesterday’s trading gap and appeared to push towards past 1.2800

dollar, Draghi, ECB, EUR/USD, EUR/USD Forecast, EURO, European Central Bank, EURUSD analysis, EURUSD outlook, EURUSD technical analysis, Mario Draghi, referendum, spain, U.S Dollar, USD, EUR/USD outlook, EURUSD forecast EUR/USD is now at the resistance zone of 1.281-1.2825 and any difficulty in breaking higher will see 1.2700 in sight very soon

dollar, Draghi, ECB, EUR/USD, EUR/USD Forecast, EURO, European Central Bank, EURUSD analysis, EURUSD outlook, EURUSD technical analysis, Mario Draghi, referendum, spain, U.S Dollar, USD, EUR/USD outlook, EURUSD forecast The long shadow last week towards 1.289 marks territory the market is uncertain about, and should 1.285 resistance hold today, an intraday short entry can be considered, with reference to downward sloping moving averages (not valid at time of writing)

German PPI had no change from September, which was in line with market consensus  that the risk of deflation in the Eurozone continues. Even the powerhouse of Germany seems to be entrenched in the negative sentiment toward the Eurozone’s economy. EUR/USD resisted at 1.279 shortly thereafter. The PMI data to be released on Thursday should give us more insight on the recent economic activity. Other data showed that the Eurozone’s current account surplus fell in September from an upwardly revised surplus in August. Despite the weakening fundamentals, EUR/USD remained resilient during the European morning session around 1.273-1.275.

The rebound early in the U.S session may be due to the start of purchases by the ECB of short-term French notes and Spanish securities. The ECB tries to bump up its balance sheet by 1 trillion Euros as policy makers are under pressure to take action as euro-area inflation slowed to 0.3 percent in September. The International Monetary Fund said earlier this month on October 7th that the region has an approximately 40 percent chance of entering its third recession since 2008. Growth will fall short of the 1.5 percent pace predicted in July.

 

Trend Direction
S3
S2
S1
R1
R2
R3
Entry
Stop Loss
Exit
Slight Bearish 1.2600 1.27001.2731.28251.289 1.297

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