Current level – 1.1554
The downtrend of the currency pair continues and the euro is about to mark the fifth consecutive week of losses against the U.S. dollar. The declines may continue, while the first daily support is the level of 1.1535. If this area is violated, it is possible that the losses will deepen towards 1.1400. At the moment, expectations remain unchanged – for the continuation of the downtrend. Should the pair form a range around the current levels, a more significant correction towards the area between 1.1600 and 1.1640 would be possible. Today, investors will expect the monthly non-farm payrolls report for the United States, as well as the unemployment rate (12:30 GMT). Volatility is expected to increase and, if the data does not support the greenback, prices may remain above 1.1600, which could form the potential bottom of the downtrend.
Current level – 111.84
The corrective move bottomed out at 110.81 and, throughout yesterday’s session, the pair formed a local support at around 111.30. In the early hours of today, the bulls tried to go for a second attack on the peak at 112.02. The resistance zone between 111.80 and 112.00 comes from the higher time frames and buyers are unlikely to succeed in this attempt. It is possible that the market will need more time to break through and it is also likely that the pair will enter a range between the support at 110.80 and the resistance at 112.00.
Current level – 1.3615
The Cable is experiencing an increased volatility and the market has corrected a significant part of its losses since the end of September. The possibility for new declines is still in sight and the first significant resistance zones for the bulls are 1.3640 and 1.3710. Another failed attempt at breaching the resistance of 1.3640 may encourage the bears to plunge prices back towards 1.3420. The supports at 1.3530 and 1.3580 have not yet been tested and may prove unreliable should the bearish pressure renew.