The EUR is currently a moderately risky asset to hold what with Greece uncertainties weighing down on the currency. The USD may prove to be a better safe haven over time, despite the temporary (citation needed) lull in economic data, more so the Jobs Figures.
Below the longer-term 1.081 , more bears may begin to check-in, otherwise this level is expected to act as a level of significant support.
- A continuation in poor/mediocre data prints from the US.
- A credible, transparent and sustainable solution to the Greece fiasco that is taken as a positive to the EUR.
- Incredibly good EUR data prints that reflects a sudden and robust pickup in economic growth in the Eurozone.
- Some weirdly long pin-bar that is as a result of rapid buying of the EUR and then sudden selling which would take out stops at 1.200 in a spiky flash.