Dovish ECB and hawkish Fed paint a bearish outlook for the EUR/USD. Is declining to 1.0770 the next stop?
EUR/CAD awaits the Bank of Canada
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 1.4525; TP1 1.4505; TP2 1.4460; SL 1.4540
SELL 1.46; TP 1.4530; SL 1.4620
During the summer months, EUR/CAD broke an important support line and has traded with a bearish bias ever since. Last week, the pair was rejected down from the resistance at 1.4660 and fell to 1.4460. This week, there’s some recovery. However, the Bank of Canada’s meeting later on Wednesday may give the CAD more strength and pull the pair down. On H4, EUR/CAD ran into the resistance of the H4 MA and there’s further resistance in the 1.4580/90 area. The return below 1.4525 will make the pair revisit the recent lows. If it manages to jump to the 1.4600 area, sellers will also re-emerge due to the resistance line connecting August and October highs.
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This article will analyze the possible scenarios for the EU, and what's more important, look at the charts. There is a lot to see, let's go!
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