The market has seen an impressive bounce out from the lowest levels since 2016, with the price recovering back above critical resistance at 1.2310, to not only take the immediate pressure off the downside, but also transition the market into a technical uptrend on the daily chart, as per the daily Ichimoku cloud. Ultimately, only back below 1.2000 would compromise the more constructive outlook for the major pair.

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