EUR/USD - A break of 1.1734 will add fire to the bull run.

Date: 24th July,2017 by Timothy Straiton
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Current level is 1.1648, trading 7% above the 40 week rising moving average of 1.0875 and above the monthly pivot level of 1.1325. Initial resistance is to be expected at 1.1734 which is the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement from the low of 1.0339 made in January 2017, measured from the high of 1.3992 made in May 2014. A break of this resistance would open the path to 1.2166 which is the 50% retracement of the aformentioned range. Currently this currency pair is running into overbought territory with the 14 week relative strength index at 73%, therefore a short-term downside correction to the 1.13 area is by all means possible.


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