The EUR/USD pair is highly recommended for traders who are only beginning to trade Forex. It trades easily by retail traders as well as by Central banks and financial institutions around the world. The most active trading sessions takes place in London and New York and the most commonly used EUR/USD Forex charts are the Daily, 4 Hour and 1 Hour charts. The traders at Daily Forex will post the latest Euro to US dollar forecasts and will keep you totally updated regarding EUR/USD trading.
EUR/USD receives additional interest from volume generated by the Euro-crosses (e.g. euro/British pound (EUR/GBP), EUR/CHF and EUR/JPY. This interest tends to be contrary to the underlying U.S. dollar direction, making it an attractive market for short-term traders.
Investors' giving up the US currency temporarily contributed to an upward rebound in the EUR/USD, to the 1.1880 resistance, its highest level in more than a month, before settling around 1.1845 at the time of writing.
After a harsh week in which the EUR/USD was exposed to downward momentum, pushing it towards the 1.1688 support, and with the start of this week’s trading, the pair tried to rebound higher with gains to 1.1793 before settling around the 1.1775 level at the time of writing.
As expected, more European restrictions to contain the new Coronavirus outbreak will increase pressure on the single European currency, as the European economy is still in the recovery phase from the consequences of the first wave.