EURUSD stays pressured within a three-week-old falling wedge bullish chart formation as the pair traders await the first readings of German and the Eurozone Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Q4 2024 early Tuesday. In doing so, the quote fades the previous day’s corrective bounce off the stated pattern’s bottom line while portraying a third consecutive weekly loss so far. It’s worth noting, however, that the recently downbeat RSI and MACD signals suggest weakness in the bearish trend and hence a quick run-up on the upbeat prints of GDP can’t be ruled out. In that case, the previous support line stretched from early November, now resistance around 1.0880, will restrict the immediate upside of the Euro pair. Following that, the falling wedge’s top line surrounding 1.0900 and the 200-SMA level of 1.0935 will be crucial to watch as the final battle points for the bears before giving control to the buyers.
Alternatively, the aforementioned wedge’s lower line of around 1.0800 puts a floor under the EURUSD price. Following that, the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement of the November-December upside, near 1.0760, will precede the 78.6% Fibonacci ratio surrounding 1.0650 to act as the last defense of the pair buyers. In a case where the quote remains bearish past 1.0650, the pair’s lows marked in November and October, respectively near 1.0515 and 1.0450, will lure the sellers.
To sum up, EURUSD portrays a bullish chart formation ahead of the bloc’s key growth data.