The major pair is in the process of consolidating within a bigger picture downtrend. Look for any recovery rallies to be well capped ahead of 111.50 in favour of the next major downside extension below the 104.63, 2018 low. This would expose a very important psychological barrier at 100.00 further down, which guards against the 2016 low at 99.00.

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