EUR/USD Elliott Wave Analysis EUR/USD – 1.1790
EUR/USD: Wave (c) of 2 ended at 1.3993 and wave 3 of III has commenced for weakness to 1.0411 (1.236 of wave 1), then 1.0000.
The single currency met resistance at 1.1863 last week and has retreated, retaining our view that further consolidation below resistance at 1.1961 would be seen and test of support at 1.1713-17 cannot be ruled out, however, break there is needed to signal the rebound from 1.1554 has ended at 1.1961, bring further fall to 1.1660-65, then towards 1.1620-25 but said support at 1.1554 should remain intact. .
Our preferred count on the daily chart remains that a wave (II) from 1.2329 ended at 1.5145 with A-leg ended at 1.4720, followed by wave B at 1.2457, the wave C from there was also a 3 legged move and is labeled as (a): 1.3739, (b): 1.2885, the wave iii of the 5-waver (c) from 1.2885 has ended at 1.4339 and wave iv is a triangle ended at 1.3878 and wave v formed a top at 1.5145. The decline from th..
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