EUR/USD - 1.1833

Despite the single currency's rebound to 1.1900 yesterday, subsequent sharp retreat to 1.1840 and intra-day break below this level suggests further choppy trading below last Thursday's high at 1.1917 would continue with downside bias and below 1.1811 (reaction low) would extend weakness to 1.1782/90, however, last Wednesday's near 4-week bottom at 1.1754 should hold on 1st testing, yield rebound.

On the upside, only above 1.1900 would revive bullishness for a re-test of 1.1917, break would risk stronger retracement of decline from September's 2-year peak at 1.2011 to 1.1960/65.

Data to be released on Wednesday :
New Zealand current account, Japan exports, imports, trade balance, Australia Westpac leading index.
UK core CPI, CPI, RPI, core RPI, PPI input prices, PPI output prices, core PPI output prices, DCLG house price index, EU trade balance.
U.S. MBA mortgage applications, retail sales ex-autos, retail sales, business inventories, NAHB housing market index, Fed interest rate decision, and Canada CPI, BoC core CPI, core CPI.

Trendsetter does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, timeliness or completeness to its service or information contained therein. Trendsetter does not give, whatsoever, warranties, expressed or implied, to the results to be obtained by using its services or information it provided. Users are trading on their own risk and Trendsetter shall not be responsible under any circumstances for the consequences of such activities. Trendsetter and its affiliates, in no event, be liable to users or any third parties for any consequential damages, however arising, including but not limited to damages caused by negligence whether such damages were foreseen or unforeseen.

Analysis feed

FXStreet Trading Signals now available!

Access to real-time signals, community and guidance now!

Latest Analysis

Latest Forex Analysis

Editors’ Picks

EUR/USD challenges weekly lows after mixed Durable Goods Orders

US Durable Goods Orders were up a measly 0.4% in August, missing expectations of 1.0%, although Nondefense Capital Goods Orders ex Aircraft jumped 1.8%. Equities bounce from lows, but the dollar maintains its strength.


GBP/USD loses 1.2700 as the dollar keeps rallying

GBP/USD approaches its weekly low at 1.2674 as demand for the American currency extends into the final trading session of the week. Hopes for a UK trade deal with the EU doing little for Sterling.


Gold: Finally some rest bite as XAU/USD holds at $1865 per ounce

It has not been the best week for the gold bugs as the yellow metal has fallen 4.36% since Monday. At the end of the week, the price has started to consolidate at the USD 1865 per ounce area. 

Gold News

Breaking: ​​​​​​​The IRS makes it hard to pretend you don’t have Bitcoin

The cryptocurrency holders might have a hard time trying to hide their Bitcoins or other digital assets. IRS considers changing the standard 1040 form by including a bold question on the front page:  At any time during 2020, did you sell, receive, send, exchange, or otherwise acquire any financial interest in any virtual currency? 

Read more

WTI moves back to flat and once again trades above $40 per barrel

It has been a mixed Friday for WTI as the price is moving sideways heading into the weekend. All of the excitement was last week when the OPEC+ JMMC decided to keep output levels at their current rate until December.

Oil News

Forex Majors