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  1. #321
    We have to remember that interest are not only expected to rise from the USA, there's expected to grow and/or stay secure in hosts of different nations.

    The inflow of funds seeking a beneficial interest will be dampened by this actuality. We could wait and buy GBP instead. For instance

  2. #322

  3. #323
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote I tink we could access to 1.1924. Shorts from there.
    Good call.

  4. #324
    The USD index languished around the 92.50 level following a pullback in the year thus far highs seen mid-week and in the aftermath of the softer than expected consumer price index data. This maintained its major counterparts company, with EUR/USD rallying supporting the 10-day moving average, and it is a short-term dynamic resistance.

    Option expiries of notice for today's 15:00 BST:
    EUR/USD: 1.1800 (0.342 BLN), 1.1890 (0.421 BLN), 1.1900 (2.4 BLN), 1.1925 (0.626 BLN) and 1.1950 (0.774 BLN) and 1.2000 (0.810 BLN).

    We got a strong swing low on May the 9th in 1.1822 however, the massive choice expiry on EUR/USD today of 2.4 BLN in 1.1900 level should keep the currency pair under pressure.

    I want to understand a two-day consolidation close to 1.1900 or another retest of this 1.1822 prior to buying.

  5. #325
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Good call.
    I've moved my impending shorts into 1.2017.

    Michigan was great but trading news could be bad.

    So I wait.

  6. #326
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    how does this look picture
    IMHO, if market achieves lt;1.18911, then downtrend may continue

  7. #327
    Anyone make 3:1 today on EURUSD?

    If not why not?

  8. #328
    BY FAR my week of trading in 12 decades. Closed my shorts out of 1.24 and then got tangled within intraday transactions getting stoped over and over.
    Thank god for the weekend to re evaluate my entry points

  9. #329
    Tough week for trading, it seems the euro is looking up now.

  10. #330

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