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EURUSD, GBPUSD stable today

Pair EURUSD has found support at 1.12000 for now, after which recovery starts and pullback to the current level of 1.12900. The bullish momentum went well, gaining the support of the MA20 and MA50 moving averages. If the support is stable, then we can expect the growth of EURUSD to 1.13500.

Bullish scenario:

We need a continuation of positive consolidation and a break above 1.13000.
Then, with the support of moving averages, we continue further to the next resistance zone at 1.13500.
The next higher resistance is at 1.14500, for the next in the zone 1.15000-1.15500.

Bearish scenario:

We need a withdrawal of EURUSD below 1.12500 with a negative consolidation that could jeopardize the previous lower low to 1.11850.
After that, we can expect a decline to new lows this year.

GBPUSD chart analysis

Pair GBPUSD is in a shorter bullish trend today, moving away from the previous lower low to 1.32820 to the current 1.33428. We can draw the upper trend line by joining the previous peaks, and we see that the pair is going above the line. If we see a strong impulse, we can expect further continuation and recovery of the GBPUSD pair.

Bullish scenario:

First, we need a break above 1.13500 of the previous resistance.
With current MA20 and MA50 support, we can expect potential recovery and a move to higher levels on the chart.
The next larger resistance zone is at 1.34000, with an additional resistance of the MA200 moving average.

Bearish scenario:

We need a negative consolidation that will bring us back to the previous low zone at 1.33000.
The breakthrough below opens the door for new series of levels this year on the chart.

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