EUR/USD is not showing much movement on Thursday, as the pair trades in the low-1.37 range. We could see some movement from the pair during the day, as the ECB issues its interest rate decision and the US releases Unemployment Claims. We’ll also get a look at German Factory Orders later in the day. On Wednesday, ADP Non-Farm Payrolls fell way short of the estimate for a second straight month, as US employment numbers continue to struggle. Here is a quick update on the technical situation, indicators, and market sentiment that moves euro/dollar. EUR/USD Technical EUR/USD showed little activity in the Asian session and closed at 1.3728. The pair is unchanged in the European session. Current range: 1.37 to 1.3773. Further levels in both directions: Below: 1.37, 1.3650, 1.3580, 1.3515, 1.3450 and 1.34 Above: 1.3773, 1.3830, 1.3895, 13915, 1.40 and 1.4214. 1.3773 continues to provide resistance. On the downside, 1.37 is a weak line. 1.3650 is next. EUR/USD Fundamentals 00:00 US FOMC Member Richard Fisher Speaks. 9:10 Eurozone Retail PMI. Actual 48.5 points. 9:45 Spanish 10-year Bond Auction. Actual 3.34%. 10:00 French 10-year Bond Auction. Actual 2.20%. 11:00 German Factory Orders. Exp. 1.1%. 12:30 US Challenger Job Cuts. 12:45 ECB Minimum Bid Rate. Exp. 025%, Actual 0.25%. 13:15 US FOMC Member William Dudley Speaks. 13:30 ECB Press Conference. 13:30 US Unemployment Claims. Exp. 336K. 13:30 US Revised Nonfarm Productivity. Exp. 2.6%. 13:30 US Revised Unit Labor Costs. Exp. -1.0%. 15:00 US Factory Orders. Exp. -0.4%. 15:30 US Natural Gas Storage. Exp. -134B. 18:00 US FOMC Member Charles Plosser Speaks. *All times are GMT For more events and lines, see the Euro to dollar forecast. EUR/USD Sentiment Will ECB make a move?: The ECB didn’t take any action last month and kept the benchmark interest rate at 0.25%. The rate is not expected to change, but the ECB does have some other options available, such as a negative interest rate or a mini-QE. ECB head Mario Draghi will hold a press conference after the rate decision, and the markets will be listening closely. Here are 4 scenarios of what moves we could see from the ECB. ADP Nonfarm Payrolls, Services PMI miss expectations: In the US, it’s looking like another nasty streak of weak releases. ADP Non-Farm Employment Change posted another sharp drop in February, coming in at 139 thousand, down from 175 thousand a month earlier. The weak reading was well off the estimate of 159 thousand. With Unemployment Claims and the official Nonfarm Payrolls still to come, the dollar could take a hit if these releases fail to meet expectations. Meanwhile, the news was not much better from the services sector. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI dropped to 51.6 points, down sharply from 54.0 a month ago. This was well below the estimate of 53.8, and the index’s lowest level since August 2010. Eurozone data a mix: There was good news from Eurozone Retail Sales, as the key consumer spending indicator jumped 1.6%, easily beating the estimate of 0.9%. Eurozone Services PMIs painted a mixed picture of the services sector. Spain’s numbers dropped to 53.7 in February, well below the estimate of 55.3. There was better news from Italian Services PMI, which pushed above the 50-point line for the first time since September. The index rose to 52.9 points, beating the estimate of 50.6. Eurozone Final Services PMI climbed to 52.6 points, above the estimate of 51.7. With recent Eurozone numbers looking respectable, ECB head Mario Draghi may opt to hold the course and not make any monetary moves this week. Ukraine drama continues: All eyes remain on the Ukraine, as Russia has effectively taken over Crimea following the ousting of the Ukrainian president, who has fled to Russia. The US and Russia continue to talk tough and this has caused plenty of nervousness and movement in global markets. If the tension continues and turns into a full scale war and/or a division of the Ukraine, the outstanding debt may never be repaid and Europe could suffer a blow. In the meantime, the big winner is the Swiss franc. More: Euro-zone inflation: a look to February 2013 can explain the surprise Kenny Fisher Kenny Fisher Kenny Fisher - Senior Writer A native of Toronto, Canada, Kenneth worked for seven years in the marketing and trading departments at Bendix, a foreign exchange company in Toronto. Kenneth is also a lawyer, and has extensive experience as an editor and writer. Kenny's Google Profile View All Post By Kenny Fisher EUR/USD DailyForex News Today: Daily Trading News share Read Next Best Iphone Apps for Forex Traders Guest 8 years EUR/USD is not showing much movement on Thursday, as the pair trades in the low-1.37 range. We could see some movement from the pair during the day, as the ECB issues its interest rate decision and the US releases Unemployment Claims. We'll also get a look at German Factory Orders later in the day. On Wednesday, ADP Non-Farm Payrolls fell way short of the estimate for a second straight month, as US employment numbers continue to struggle. Here is a quick update on the technical situation, indicators, and market sentiment that moves euro/dollar. 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