EUR/USD Descends Below 1.0750 Following US Manufacturing Growth

FX:EURUSD   Euro / U.S. Dollar
The EUR/USD pair faced significant bearish pressure during the American session on Monday, plunging to its lowest level since mid-February, breaching below the key support at 1.0750. The pair's next potential support zone looms at 1.0700, unless it manages to stabilize above the 1.0760 mark.

This downward movement in EUR/USD followed the release of US ISM Manufacturing PMI data, which revealed a notable increase to 50.3 in March from 48.4 in February. This marked the first time since September 2022 that the manufacturing sector showed signs of expansion, alongside heightened input price pressures.

As a result of this positive data, the likelihood of the Federal Reserve maintaining its policy rate in June rose above 40%, compared to 30% before the PMI release. Consequently, the US Dollar strengthened against its counterparts, exerting downward pressure on EUR/USD.

Despite Tuesday's initial bullish impulse, in line with our previous forecast, the overall sentiment for EUR/USD remains bearish, with the possibility of further downward movement. The release of the JOLTS Job Openings data for February by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, along with speeches by several Fed policymakers, will be closely watched for market cues.

Depending on the tone of these speeches and any hints regarding future monetary policy, the USD may experience fluctuations. Should Fed officials suggest a potential rate cut in June, the USD could face selling pressure, potentially aiding a rebound in EUR/USD. Conversely, hawkish comments could bolster the USD and extend the downward trajectory of EUR/USD.

In summary, with the US manufacturing sector showing signs of improvement and Fed policy decisions looming, EUR/USD is poised for continued volatility. A bearish trend continuation is anticipated, pending further developments in US economic data and Federal Reserve communications.

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