EURUSD prints mild gains within a one-month-old bullish channel even as RSI eases from the overbought conditions. That said, the impending bear cross on the MACD joins the major currency pair’s inability to stay beyond 1.1000 to lure sellers. However, a clear downside break of the stated channel’s bottom line, close to 1.0900 at the latest, becomes necessary for the confirmation of downside bias. Even so, the 50-SMA and an ascending support line from early January, respectively near 1.0745 and 1.0585 in that order, appear tough nuts to crack for the pair sellers before retaking the control.
Meanwhile, the EURUSD recovery needs to sustain above the 1.1000 psychological magnet to convince buyers. In that case, the aforementioned channel’s top line, close to 1.1100, may test the upside momentum. Should the Euro price remains firmer past 1.1100, the 61.8% Fibonacci Expansion (FE) of its between November 10, 200 and March 15, 2023, near 1.1200, could lure the upside momentum. During the run-up, the late March 2022 top surrounding 1.1185 can act as an intermediate halt.
Overall, EURUSD bulls appear to run up out of steam but the bears have a long and bumpy road before taking control.