It did look that way but now it's very bullish. I think it may rally above 1.2400.FrancoisT wrote: EUR/USD - The market looks choppy today saying "drink beer and do not touch the platform
Levels around 1.2350 may offers some short term sell opportunities, but I am in doubt this will happen during active session
Neither surprising that the euro went up on the Fed's rate hikes. This was not just once. Especially tightened all the buyers of the dollar and then carried out to continue to bet on the euro. So in the medium term, nothing has changed. The growth of the euro will continue. Today. We leave above 1.2363 - purchases counting on 1.2400 and 1.2445. From these levels I will look at sales for a rebound with a goal of 20-25 points. If you do not start up and make a false breakdown at 1.2363, then sales to 1.2325, and there new purchases on the rebound. If you suddenly fail 1.2325, then there is always 1.2287.
Break above 1.4164 - buy to 1.4220 and 1.4275, where I sell for a rebound. If the false breakdown is 1.4164, they can merge into the area of 1.4116, there are purchases for the rebound after the update of the moving average, or on the rebound already from 1.4062.
GOLD Exit to 1330.67 - purchases in the area of 1335.76 and 1339.50. If we leave below 1327 - I sell with the aim of 1323.50 and 1319.30, where I buy for a rebound.