The Euro has dropped to a low of 1.3403 where it appears to have been caught by support. If 1.3403 doesn't hold, it's possible it may return to 1.3267. I took a small long at 1.3407. As seems to be the rule this morning, the stop can be tight so it is worth a try especially with the slight positive divergence on the hourly chart. These are fairly tricky markets so far this week so caution is advised in the form of tight stops.
Support is at 1.3385, 1.3347, and 1.3267. By the time it got down there I would have probably stopped and reversed. Resistance is at 1.3439, 1.3477/86, 1.3538/42 (strong) and 1.3591.
Here's the one-hour chart:
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