"News of a deal during Asian hours should push EUR/USD higher (1.2876 is the Nov 7 high) and carry the AUD and NZD modestly higher in its wake. Any failure, on the other hand, would see a plunge back to below 1.2700 and with a real threat 1.2630 key support will be challenged in coming days. This though looks like a fairly thin tail risk"
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