The EUR/USD extended short-term gains from the reversal bar (bullish piercing line) after the break of the mid-term bullish trendline. I treat the current upmove as a pullback as long as the late December low at 1.3056 is not broken up decisively.
EUR/USD: here comes the pullback
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