Greenback Getting Recovered against EUR

The USD has recovered perfectly against the common currency, with the investors easily overcoming the Fed meeting stress.
Dmitriy Gurkovskiy

The Fed was very dovish this time and issued a few hints on not hiking the rates in the coming months. This is most likely the ‘White House effect’, as Trump previously said he didn’t need a strong dollar.

No hikes are actually expected before 2020. The Fed said this is to help the businesses. Besides, the US central bank is going to buy out less cash liquidity in May, which means the security limits will drop and stop keeping the cash market under pressure.

There’s no wonder the dollar was very much weakened, but nevertheless, it recovered in just a couple of days. The investors are likely to believe the Eurozone is doing even worse.

On H4, the EURUSD broke out the midterm descending channel resistance last week due to the Fed comments. Now it looks like the market priced it too much, and the quotes got back to the previous channel. This may be an ascending trend signal, too, though. If the price succeeds in breaking out the resistance at 1.1340 once more, it may then reach the projection resistance at 1.1550. This is now confirmed by the MACD.


The H1 chart shows the descending trend in detail, with a support breakout attempt after a local pullback. The correction is headed towards the resistance at 1.1340; once it gets tested, a new downward move is expected, which is signaled by the MACD.


By Dmitriy Gurkovskiy, Chief Analyst at RoboForex

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