This forex chart for Euro / US Dollar (EURUSD) is updated continuously during market hours. The EURUSD currency charts are available in bar chart and candlestick chart formats to help highlight price trends and price movement. Technical analysts will want check out the technical indicators and studies under the options menu. View the reciprocal forex rates chart (US Dollar - USD / Euro - EUR) by tapping the link near the symbol (EURUSD). You can customize the forex quotes table below to display your favourite currency pairs. Just choose "manage favourites" in under the "Select Currencies" menu.
The 109.02-146 is overhead resistance The USDJPY has waffled up and down today as the "market" digests overhead resistance at the 38.2% retracement of the move down from the April 24 high at 108.918 and swing resistance at 109.022 to 109.146. That area was home to swing lows going back to May. It was broken on May 31 and has not seen the levels since (see yellow area and red numbered circles).
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