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Euro Breaks $1.2800. Now What?

Euro Breaks $1.2800. Now What?

David Rodriguez, Head of Product

- Euro tumbles to fresh yearly lows as Dollar surges

- Yet key market cycles and major sentiment extremes warn of a turn

- Here’s what we’re watching for the Euro’s next moves

The Euro broke the psychologically significant $1.2800 mark on its way to fresh yearly lows. What’s next?

Euro Hits Fresh Yearly Lows and Tests Potentially Critical Price Support

Euro Breaks $1.2800. Now What?

Source: FXCM Trading Station Desktop, Prepared by David Rodriguez.

Derivatives Traders Not Betting on or Hedging Against Further EURUSD Weakness

Euro Breaks $1.2800. Now What?

Data source: Bloomberg, Prepared by David Rodriguez

Critical to Watch Trader Sentiment – Can the Crowd Point to an Important Euro Reversal?

Euro Breaks $1.2800. Now What?

Source: FXCM Retail FX Positioning Data, Prepared by David Rodriguez.

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--- Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for David specializes in automated trading strategies. Find out more about our automated sentiment-based strategies on DailyFX PLUS.

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