In line with expectations, the currency pair continued to move horizontally in anticipation of release of information about the US CPI. Although the data appeared to be worse than expected, the rate failed to surge above the monthly PP at 1.1875. As a result, new trading week it started at the updated weekly PP at 1.1810, being squeezed between the 55- and 100-hour SMAs from the top and the 200-hour SMA from the bottom. This fact suggests that despite that the average market sentiment is predominantly bearish, the pair is likely to fail to pass through the 1.1783 mark in one go. However, since the pair has recently made a breakout from the rising wedge, in general, it is expected to stick with the southern direction.