Mr. Juckes adds: "The 1.20-1.33 move in Sep/Dec took out all the shorts, and introduced a few random longs. A move up from here would need longs to get put on more widely, but I would not rule that out. Only when US rates start to re-connect with (improved) US economic data will the euro's trend turn down again. That's a H2 story..."
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