- EUR/USD is currently trapped between critical support and resistance.
- The single unit is faring better following a fall in US yields.
EUR/USD is slightly firmer on the day trading around the 1.16 figure after rising from a low of 1.1548 to a score a high of 1.1626 following a drop in US yields as follows:
The 10-year yield is testing the horizontal support and has broken below the trendline. On a restest of what is now regarded as a counter trendline, should the bears step in, the US dollar would be expected to be pressured also. This gives rise to bullish prospects for the single currency as follows:
EUR/USD weekly chart
The weekly chart offers a bearish bias at this juncture, pressure below the resistance.
EUR/USD daily chart
As for the daily chart, the price is trapped between critical support and resistance following a test of the M-formation's neckline.
EUR/USD 4HR chart
The 4-hour chart illustrates the trapped scenario and the critical levels of support and resistance structure shown in the chart above.
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