Tuesday, September 21, 2010


There's little to say about Euro today. It hasn't yet been able to penetrate Friday's 1.3159 high. This doesn't mean it won't. The weekly bar from last week was a strong move upwards and some retracement is to be expected. Nearby resistance is the 50% of the move down from the 1.4581 high at 1.3229; the recent 1.3335 high; and the end of a C wave as well as various price targets between 1.3469 and 1.3520. A definitive close above 1.32 is necessary to make these prices possible.

Support is at 1.3020 and 1.2850 and 1.2720.

No chart today as there's not that much new.

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