EUR/USD has turned up from the 50-day MA at 1.1715 yesterday. This is a sign that buyers are strong. Still, the short-term resistance line limits the upside at 1.1870.
EUR/CAD: a short-term scenario
SELL 1.4960; TP1 1.4930; TP2 1.4915; SL 1.4975
EUR/CAD tested 1.5040 yesterday but then closed below 1.50. As a result, a candlestick with a long upper wick was formed on D1. This will make the near-term movement to the upside more difficult. In addition, the pair remains within the descending channel since the start of the year.
On H4, the interim top will be confirmed in case of the slide below 1.4965 (50-period MA). The downside targets, in this case, will lie at 1.4930 and 1.4915. A close above 1.5040 is needed to open the way up to 1.5140 (200-day MA).
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EUR/USD is supported around 1.1750. However, the pair has already fallen below the summer support line. We’ll view buy trades only when the pair returns above 1.1800.
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