EUR/USD: Better Awaiting Bounces Into 1.0950/60 To Sell- Credit Suisse

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The euro has been on the back foot, but has it gone too far? Here are opinions about EUR/USD and EUR/CHF:

Here is their view, courtesy of eFXdata:

Credit Suisse discusses its latest tactical bias on EUR/USD and USD/CHF in the near-term.

“EURUSD threatening a break of the range, however price action eminent of over-excitement at poor levels. We sense that a clean break of 1.09 is now being watched as the catalyst for fresh supply and are comfortably awaiting a move towards 1.0950/60 on the session, as opposed to chasing at current levels. Watching EURJPY through 117.45 for clues,” CS notes.

USDCHF still capped below 1.0000, patience and flexibility important, range-bound 0.9850-1.0000 with both parameters significant now,  it looks like being a roller-coaster into month-end,” CS adds.

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