A state of cautious stability dominates the performance of the euro pairs, awaiting the most important event for the Eurozone this week
The euro rallied significantly during the trading session on Wednesday as we await the CPI figures on Thursday.
A state of cautious stability dominates the performance of the EUR/USD pair since the beginning of this week's trading, awaiting the monetary policy decision of the European Central Bank.
The euro drifted a little bit lower during the session on Tuesday, but at the end of the day we are running out of momentum.
For the second day in a row, the EUR/USD pair is trying to compensate for the losses of its recent bearish correction amid the improvement in US economic data.
The euro rallied significantly during the trading session on Monday to reach towards the 1.22 handle.
The EUR/USD was subjected to sell-offs during last week's trading, as it moved towards the 1.2104 support level before closing the week's trading stable around the 1.2166 level.
The euro pulled back initially during the trading session on Friday as the world awaited the non-farm payroll announcement, and traders started to worry about the idea of the Federal Reserve stepping away from quantitative easing.
The Euro fell apart during the trading session on Thursday as the Initial Jobless Claims came in under at 400,000 in America
The US dollar is still trying to achieve the largest amount of gains ahead of the announcement of influential US economic data, led by the announcement of US jobs numbers.
The euro initially had broken down during the trading session on Wednesday to reach down towards the 1.2150 level, only to turn around and form a hammer at the end of the day.
The euro initially tried to rally during the trading session on Tuesday but has failed again at the 1.2250 level.
After the profit-reaping sales that hit the price of EUR / USD, at the end of last week, it reached the support level at 1.2132 amid positive results from US economic releases.
The euro rallied a bit during the trading session on Monday, but it should be noted that the Americans were not there due to the fact that it was Memorial Day.
This week is an important one for the Forex industry, beginning with the Memorial Day holiday weekend and ending with the US jobs report on Friday.