FXStreet (Córdoba) - EUR/USD dropped a few pips and returned to the flat line as better-than-expected US housing data helped the dollar and capped the latest EUR/USD upside attempt. US housing starts climbed 10.5% in November to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.173 million, nearly erasing a 12% decline in October. However, at this point data has virtually no impact on the dollar as market attention remains on the Fed decision that concludes its two-day meeting at 19:00 GMT. The Fed is widely expected to raise rates by 25 bps and investors will be focusing on how quickly the bank will tighten in 2016. EUR/USD had risen to 1.0940 just before the data only to pull back to the 1.0925 zone afterwards. At time of writing, the pair was trading at 1.0929, where it traded virtually unchanged since opening. On Tuesday, EUR/USD lost more than 1% and bottomed out at 1.0903 after being rejected from the 100-day SMA. EUR/USD key levels In terms of technical levels, next supports are seen at 1.0903 (Dec 15 low), 1.0878 (Dec 9 low), 1.0829 (Dec 8 low) and 1.0795 (Dec 7 low). On the flip side, immediate resistances line up at 1.1034 (200-day SMA), 1.1059 (Dec 15 high/100-day SMA), 1.1100 (psychological level) and 1.1139 (Oct 23 high). ------- What will 2016 bring to the Forex traders? Attend our Forex Forecast 2016 - The Panel with Ashraf Laidi, Valeria Bednarik, Boris Schlossberg, Adam Button, Ivan Delgado and Dale Pinkert. Register for the live event on Dec. 18th and get the recording too. ------- For more information, read our latest forex news.