What lies next for the euro?

The euro (CME:E6U14) is approaching a resistance area at $1.37, but at a break below $1.35 the currency will extend losses driving prices towards lower levels returning back to a possible $1.34 and $1.33-1.325. However, this wont rule out a bearish continuation course towards more depressed values.

If price can run back up, we think that the current maximum resistance lies betweent the $1.37 or $1.38 area. The previous highs of $1.40 are considered the most significant obstacle in the short- and medium-term, coinciding with the monthly bearish reversal key--and where the downtrend should be finally resumed.

A direct break above $1.40 will bring the bearish move to an end, signalling a rally to higher levels.

Let's take a look...


 

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Julian Yosovitch
Julian Yosovitch is a trader, and columnist for Ambito Fiinanciero (Argentina), Gestion (Peru), Saladeinversion.com, Inversion and Finanzas (Spain).
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Professor Master in Finance (UDESA). He is also a Capital Markets Specialist (UBA-IAMC) and Financial Markets Analyst - Ruarte´s Reports Trader. Follow his blogs here, and folow him on Twitter @julianyosovitch.
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