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28th Oct 2014 EUR/USD Analysis

28th Oct 2014 EUR/USD Analysis

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The German economy contracted in the second quarter and the Ifo institute’s business climate index released today based on a survey of 7,000 executives, dropped to 103.2 in October from 104.7 in September, the lowest recorded since December 2012. Despite the doom and gloom especially after the stress test of banks in Europe, the Purchasing Managers’ Index for the manufacturing industry in Germany and the currency bloc unexpectedly signaled growth in October. U.S Pending home sales data released in Washington yesterday showed less than estimated increment, which sank the U.S dollar against its peers more than expected.

The higher highs and higher lows on the Hourly chart has shown that the markets remained bullish on the Euro despite all the weak fundamentals, perhaps pricing in the effects of the QE-style asset purchases by the ECB. A strong breakthrough and holding above 1.272-1.274 for the EUR/USD could give rise to rallies beyond the 1.2800 level.

Trend Direction
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S2
S1
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Entry
Stop Loss
Exit
 Slight Bullish/ Near Resistance 1.251.2581.2651.2741.27791.2800Break above 1.2721.2641.2825-1.2850

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