EUR/USD extending recovery on 1.10 handle, near 1.1040

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  1. FXStreet_Team

    FXStreet_Team Well-Known Member Trader

    Oct 7, 2015
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    FXStreet (Mumbai) - The EUR/USD pair is picking-up pace on its recovery mode and now heads towards the 200-DMA located near 1.1080 region, as greenback extends its correction in the early European dealings.

    EUR/USD supported at 1.1000

    The EUR/USD pair trades 0.15% higher at 1.1035, hovering close to fresh session highs of 1.1040 reached in last hours. The main currency pair attempts a minor recovery from a brief dip below 1.10 barrier seen on Friday and remains well bid on the back of broad based US dollar retreat after last week’s heavy gains.

    The EUR/USD pair was heavily sold-off over 350 pips last week after the ECB hinted towards additional QE in Dec at its Thursday policy meeting. The ECB news triggered a fresh sell-off in the EUR and pushed the greenback higher across the board as the divergent monetary policy outlooks regained prominence.

    In addition, Friday’s China rate cut news also boosted risk-on sentiment and further diminished the safe-haven bids for the euro, dragging EUR/USD to fresh two-month lows below 1.10 handle.

    In the day ahead, the US dollar price action will dictate the moves in the EUR/USD pair while German Ifo survey as well sentiment on the European stocks will also having some bearing on the major.

    EUR/USD Technical Levels

    The pair regains above 1.10 barrier with the next the immediate resistance at 1.1079 (200-DMA, beyond which 1.1100/04 (round number + 5-DMA) would be tested and from there to 1.1155 (100-DMA). While the immediate support in sight is located at 1.1002/1.1000 (Today’s Low + psychological levels), below which 1.0984/59 (daily S3 + Aug 11 Low) could be tested, a breach of the last would expose 1.0850 (August lows) levels.
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