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EUR/USD at Support Ahead of US Retail Sales- Resistance into 1.15

EUR/USD at Support Ahead of US Retail Sales- Resistance into 1.15

Michael Boutros, Strategist

Talking Points

  • EURUSD weekly opening range highlights 1.1356-1.1443 zone
  • Immediate short bias at risk heading into Eurozone/ U.S. event risk
  • Updated targets & invalidation levels

EURUSD 30min

EUR/USD at Support Ahead of US Retail Sales- Resistance into 1.15

Chart Created Using FXCM Marketscope 2.0

Technical Outlook: EURUSD failed to rally through the May high-day close at 1.1443 with the pullback now approaching the weekly opening range lows at the 1.1356/67 support zone highlighted last week. The focus remains on this key range heading into tomorrow’s U.S. Retail Sales release with a rally to ultimately offer more short-entries higher up.

The immediate risk remains for a swing higher from here with a breach targeting 1.1465, 1.1495 & key resistance at 1.1512/16. This region is defined by the 61.8% retracement of the recent decline & the August 25th reversal-day close and we’ll reserve this region as our bearish invalidation level (favorable short entries here). A break lower keeps the short-bias in play targeting the February high-day close at 1.1320 backed by 1.1260 and the April lows at 1.1214. Continue tracking this setup and more throughout the week- Subscribe to SB Trade Desk and take advantage of the DailyFX New Subscriber Discount!

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EUR/USD at Support Ahead of US Retail Sales- Resistance into 1.15
  • A summary of the DailyFX Speculative Sentiment Index (SSI)shows traders remain net short euro- the ratio stands at -1.44 (41% of traders are long)- weakbullish reading
  • Short positions are 7.1% lower than yesterday and 4.4% below levels seen last week.
  • Open interest is 0.8% lower than yesterday and 4.7% above its monthly average.
  • Ratio has been negative since 3/10 – near-term reduction in short exposure suggests the long bias remains at risk

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Relevant Data Releases This Week

EUR/USD at Support Ahead of US Retail Sales- Resistance into 1.15

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---Written by Michael Boutros, Currency Strategist with DailyFX

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