- Wednesday brings a speech from ECB President Mario Draghi, and the Euro is softly bearish ahead of the action.
- The Euro's recent technical recovery is coming under fire as broader market sentiment gets wiped out by more ramping-up of the US-China trade war.
|Support 1:||1.1689 (38.2% Fibo retracement level)|
|Support 2:||1.1627 (61.8% Fibo retracement level)|
|Support 3:||1.1590 (previous week low)|
|Resistance 1:||1.1762 (previous day high)|
|Resistance 2:||1.1790 (current week high)|
|Resistance 3:||1.1850 (one month high)|
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