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.
New EUR/USD Trade
2021-08-17 • Updated
EUR/USD declined back yesterday after trying to test its 1.18 resistance area, but it failed to do so, declining all the way to 1.1765 during the Asian session today. The daily technical indicators are still showing some bullish signs, which could mean that the upside retracement is not over yet. Therefore, I would like to risk one more trade on EUR/USD today between 1.1765 and 1.1750 with a stop at 1.1725 only, with a possible target of 1.18 followed by 1.1830.
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