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Fibonacci Retracements Analysis 30.01.2017 (EUR/USD, EUR/GBP)

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EUR USD, “Euro vs US Dollar”

The EUR/USD pair failed to fix above the correctional retracement of 38.2%, which means that it may resume moving downwards. The closest target for bears is the group of fibo-levels at 1.0580 – 1.0570. If the price rebounds from this area, the market may start a local ascending correction.

At the H1 chart, the pair failed to stay above the local retracement of 61.8% and resumed its decline. During the day, the price may probably fall towards the area at 1.0580 – 1.0570, which is confirmed by intraday fibo-levels.

 

EUR GBP, “Euro vs Great Britain Pound”

The EUR/GBP pair is being corrected above the retracement of 61.8%. If the price fixes below this level, it will continue moving downwards. The closest target is the area at 0.8430 – 0.8420.

As we can see at the H1 chart, the local correctional retracement of 38.2% is a resistance level. On Monday, the price may test this level. In case it rebounds, the market may resume falling towards the closest downside targets.

 

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