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EUR/USD gets ready for a breakout
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EUR/USD is consolidating in a sideways horizontal range with a slight bearish bias. Consolidations like this are always followed by breakouts. It’s necessary though to put the entry levels at a reasonable distance from the current price so that a slightly broader consolidation doesn’t accidentally trigger the order.
Although EUR/USD rebounded from support in the 1.11 area last week, the 100- and 50-day MAs in the 1.1220/40 area seem like a hard obstacle for bulls. An advance above the last week’s high (1.1250) is needed to open the way for a bigger bullish correction. The downside, on the other hand, is guarded by 1.1160.
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