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EUR/USD: 89 Moving Average acted as support
The last bearish 'Harami' hasn't been confirmed. In this case, the market is likely going to test the next resistance at 1.1817 and the 89 Moving Average.
The 89 Moving Average has acted as support. Also, there's a bullish 'Hammer', which has been confirmed. Therefore, the market is likely going to achieve the upper 'Window' (1.1745).
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