EURUSD braces for the biggest weekly gains since early January even as it eases from a 2.5-month-old horizontal resistance area surrounding 1.0930 ahead of this week’s top-tier data, namely the Eurozone and US inflation clues. That said, a fortnight-long ascending support line joins firmer oscillators to keep Euro pair buyers hopeful of crossing the critical upside barrier holding the key for the quote’s run-up towards challenging the yearly top surrounding 1.1035. In a case where the pair remains firmer past 1.1035, which is less likely considering the RSI (14) line’s nearly overbought conditions, the 61.8% Fibonacci Expansion (FE) of its November 2022 to March 2023 moves, near 1.1200.
On the contrary, pullback moves need to break the immediate two-week-old support line, close to 1.0840 at the latest, to lure intraday EURUSD sellers. Even so, a convergence of the 50-DMA and 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of November-February upside, near 1.0730, can put a floor under the price. Following that, the 100-DMA, the monthly low and January’s bottom, around 1.0615, 1.0515 and 1.0480 in that order, may act as the last defenses of the pair buyers, a break of which could hand over control to the bears.
Overall, EURUSD is on the bull’s radar and is very much capable of refreshing the yearly top. However, it all depends upon today’s inflation data and hence Euro bulls should wait for the actual data before taking any major positions.