The euro area (EA) faced a 7.4% annual inflation in April, and the European Union (EU) had an 8.1% price growth. Rates hikes are crucial for the economy to stop collapsing; still, the ECB is doing nothing but talk. Step by step, we’ll find out what will happen with Europe.
EUR/USD Worth the Risk Today!
2021-08-10 • Updated
EUR/USD declined further on Monday reaching as low as 1.1735, breaking through 1.1760’s support area, posting 5 days of consecutive declines, while the technical indicators are near the oversold area on the daily chart as well. However, after 5 days of consecutive declines, it's worth the risk for few longs around the current price at 1.1730’s. The last time the euro had 5 days of consecutive declines was back in October 2020, which has led to a rebound of 0.6% on the 6th day. I wouldn’t be surprised if the euro retests 1.18 in the coming days. On the other hand, my stop for such trade should not exceed 1.1690.
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