Forex: EUR/USD spikes to the 1.3075 region (Barcelona) - The single currency has jumped to the vicinity of 1.3075 after rumours of negative interest rates on Swiss franc deposits was hitting the wires.
In another direction, Spain has formally requested for EU bank bailout funds, to be disbursed on December 12 most likely.

The cross is now up 0.60% en 1.3062 with the next hurdle lying at 1.3075 (high Oct.23) then 1.3084 (high Oct.22) and finally 1.3129 (high Oct.18).
On the downside, support levels lie at 1.2969 (low Nov.30) followed by 1.2939 (low Nov.29) and 1.2935 (MA10d).

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