Technicals are mixed: EUR has found a bid at the 1,08 area, which is a clear higher low from the depths on March and April. It also has shown a pattern of spiking up on up days (check the long wicks on several daily candles); it's a tell-tale sign of short squeezes. On the other hand, EUR has been trading below it's 200-day MA for over a year now, and the mean is starting to catch up with price... Barring any unforeseen changes in the fundamentals, that are clearly EUR-negative (US-EU Policy Divergence is the name of the game) there is little reason to believe that the Euro will pass this major technical hurdle.
I will look at the colored sup/resis lines (My default view has a bit more, but these are the 2 most important on each side) as major to trade the pair, and will stay away from it if I don't get a clear setup. I suggest you to do the same!
PS: My bias is long, but since we're stuck at the middle of the range, I closed my long position at 1,1020 area this afternoon. Let's see where we open tomorrow.