I'm still in my two long positions from 1.2400 and 1.2413.
After reaching 1.2662 yesterday Euro stumbled down to 1.2558 this morning. This is a Fib confluence zone of 1.2589 and just under a daily speed line. It was struggling here yesterday; it's struggling here today. Should it resolve this then it may be able to climb above yesterday's high and possibly even reach 1.2743 (the length of the A wave of an ABC correction). On the three-hour chart below you can see the stair-stepping up in price.
Resistance is at 1.2662, 1.2743, and 1.2800. Support is at 1.2480, 1.2435, 1.2409, and 1.2350. This shows layers of support so if it breaks below those then expect lower.
Here's the three-hour chart:
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