EURUSD and GBPUSD at new lows in this year
Looking at the EURUSD chart on the daily time frame, we see that the pair made a break below the support line at 1.16500 yesterday. The pair also broke support at 1.16000, and we are now at the current 1.15700, and the last time we were at this place was in July last year. Bearish pressure is still in effect, and we can expect the EURUSD to continue falling to a psychological level of 1.15000. Below this support, we can look for more support in the zone around 1.14000, a break in the previous bullish trend. We need a new positive consolidation and growth of EURUSD above 1.17000 and a break above the upper resistance line for the bullish trend.
GBPUSD chart analysis
Looking at the GBPUSD chart on the daily time frame, we see that the pair has dropped to 1.34100 this year’s low. After reaching a maximum of 1.42500, the pair constantly lost in value and fell to its current level. If the bearish pressure continues, we can easily see a further retreat to even lower levels this year. For the bullish scenario, we need positive consolidation that would direct us to the bullish side. Our resistance is the first in the 1.36000 previous support zone; after that, our next resistances move averages in the zone 1.37000-1.38000.
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