Article originally published on innerfx.com and republished here with permission
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Good morning. Next trading sessions are likely to be quiet due to Thanksgiving holiday – or, who knows? perhaps the euro finally has a chance to recover some ground on today’s data coming from Germany: GDP and Ifo Index
First intraday resistance stands around 1.3450, formed by both recent bottom and the median retracement value of last down leg, followed by 1.3500 just a bit higher. I remain bearish on EURUSD but can’t say at this moment whether it would be a good idea to sell on a rally today or tomorrow, as the market should be rather quiet. Or low volume trade is going to cause some huge spikes? Well, we all like to expect the unexpected
62% fib support highlighted yesterday was, indeed, weak – so cable is currently trading lower, bouncing off support at 1.5500. Keep an eye on the 1.5600/50 intraday resistance zone as the pair gains some ground
Support around 1.4250 is still intact but best thing to do, in my opinion, is still to look for selling opportunities on the potential break lower. Cautious though, as any new comments coming from SNB would push it to 1.45 faster than you can spell “stop loss”
Not much to add here. It keeps climbing towards 1.0500 as expected and so far there’s no reason to sell it.
As seen below – Silver is consolidating below former support which is currently providing resistance at 33. It looks quite fragile, so it’s a good idea to keep an eye on support around 31 as it seems there’s more downside for Silver