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Euro rebounds but for how long?

Euro rebounds but for how long?

After being badly bullied by king Dollar and most G10 currencies last week, the Euro has stormed into the new trading week with a renewed appetite for revenge.

Over the past 18 hours, the Euro has jumped almost 1% against the Dollar, sending prices back above the 1.1250 psychological level. The sheer momentum of this astonishing rebound suggests that the EURUSD may target 1.1290 in the short term with a softer Dollar guiding prices closer towards 1.1300 before fundamentals steal the show.

It must be kept in mind that the core factors weighing on the European single currency remain unchanged. Fears of a second wave of coronavirus, uncertainty over the European Commission’s recovery fund and disappointing economic data are just a handful of negative themes haunting investor attraction towards the Euro.

Euro volatility may be on the cards on Tuesday, June 23rd as the latest PMI’s from France and Germany will be published. This will be accompanied by the EU Manufacturing PMI which should offer insight into how the coronavirus has impacted the manufacturing sector. The Euro could become timid, meek and shy against other G10 currencies if the pending data fails to meet market expectations.

Looking at the technical picture, the EURUSD has the potential to target 1.1300 if 1.1250 proves to be reliable support on the H4 timeframe. Bears still have some degree of control below the 1.1300 resistance with sustained weakness under this level taking prices back towards 1.1250 and 1.1170.

Euro rebounds but for how long?

On the daily timeframe, prices are back within the wide 160 pip range with support around 1.1200 and resistance at 1.1360. A daily close back above 1.1280 could encourage a move back towards the upper range at 1.1360.

Euro rebounds but for how long?

While the near-term outlook for the Euro will be influenced by the pending PMI’s, the medium to longer-term remains in favour of bears. If the Dollar finds it footing and wakes up from its current slumber, the Euro will be in trouble once again.

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