- EUR/USD is currently having a reversal up since Monday. Freshly released the US Consumer Price Index Ex Food & Energy year-on-year for September missed expectations at 2.2% versus 2.3% forecast. The data is weakening the USD and giving EUR/USD extra boost.
- EUR/USD bias remains bullish as the market is now challenging the 1.1600 figure. The next targets are seen near 1.1630 August (8 high key level) and 1.1654 (August 27 high). The RSI, MACD and Stochastic indicators remain constructive to the upside.
- A bear breakout below 1.1530 would likely invalidate the current bullish bias.
Spot rate: 1.1583
Relative change: 0.59%
Main trend: Bearish
Short-term trend: Bullish
Resistance 1: 1.1600 figure
Resistance 2: 1.1630 August 8 high key level
Resistance 3: 1.1654 August 27 high
Support 1: 1.1569 Sept. 28 low
Support 2: 1.1530 August 23 swing low
Support 3: 1.1500 figure and October 2 swing low
Support 4: 1.1463 October 4 low
Support 5: 1.1430 October 9 low
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