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EUR/USD: 'Shooting Star' led to decline
2019-11-11 • Updated
There's a bearish 'Shooting Star', but confirmation of this pattern isn't enough. So the market is likely going to test the 144 Moving Average, which could be a departure point for a bullish price movement
The last 'Shooting Star' led to the current decline, but there's an opportunity to have a local upward correction. Even so, bears are likely going to test the lower 'Window' afterwards.
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