Update Time: 11 Dec 2019 03:30GMT

EUR/USD - 1.1093
Despite euro's selloff from last Wednesday's 4-week peak at 1.1115 to 1.1041 last Friday, subsequent rebound to 1.1078 on Monday, then higher to 1.1097 yesterday suggests the pullback is over and consolidation with upside bias remains for a re-test of said resistance, break would extend recent upmove from 1.0982 towards 1.1140 before prospect of retreat later this week.

On the downside, only below 1.1041 would indicate a temporary top has been made and risk stronger retracement to 1.1004 but 1.0982 should hold on 1st testing.

Data to be released on Wednesday :
New Zealand retail sales, UK YouGov final MRP poll release, Australia consumer sentiment, Japan corporate goods price, producer price index, Canada capital utilization, and U.S. MBA mortgage applications, CPI, core CPI, real weekly earnings, Federal budget, Fed interest rate decision.

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