Will EUR/USD’s downtrend resume anytime soon? The daily time frame reveals that the longer-term falling trend line is still intact, but it looks like the pair is ready to test the resistance. Take note that the former support area around 1.2400 is right between the 50% and 61.8% Fibonacci retracement levels, which could hold and force EUR/USD to head back south. Stochastic hasn’t quite reached the overbought zone yet, which means that euro bulls could still take this baby higher.
Heads up! EUR/JPY seems poised to test the neckline of the double bottom formation on its 4-hour time frame. Coincidentally, the neckline is just a few pips below the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement level, which could act as strong support for the pair. Stochastic still seems to be heading towards the oversold region, suggesting that EUR/JPY could keep edging down. If the downward momentum is strong enough to make the pair break the 61.8% Fib and neckline, EUR/JPY could be headed for support just above the 94.00 handle.
It looks like Loonie bulls needed to pause for a break as USD/CAD is currently pulling up from its dive. This potential retracement could carry on until the 38.2% Fib level, which is just a few pips above the former support around 1.0075. At the same time, stochastic is pointing upwards and heading for the overbought territory, which means that USD/CAD has enough room to move higher. Make sure you wait for stochastic to turn if you plan to take a short trade on this one!
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