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EUR/USD Signal - Deutsche Bank Bailout - 30 Sep 2016

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The EUR/USD is looking bearish today as the prospects for a Deutsche Bank bailout by the European Union are likely to weigh on the Euro zone's single currency. The German government is likely to help the lender out over the weekend as the shares of the largest German lender are touching new all time lows.

We are looking at the 1.1180 level to buy daily put positions on this pair due to the relatively high likelihood that the trend which started this morning will continue into the weekend. The EUR/USD has printed a low of 1.1168 so far, but we don't see the pair stopping before it tests the 1.1120-30 area today or on Monday.

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