Great Graphic: Euro Approaching Key Test

This Great Graphic, created on Bloomberg, shows that the euro is approaching key area. The white trendline drawn off the September 8, September 20 and October 26 highs comes in near $1.1745 today.   Above there, the lower green horizontal line…

Marc to Market
14/11/2017 05:15
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