EUR/USD Price Analysis: Refreshes seven-week top near 1.0930, pokes the last defense of bears

EUR/USD bulls occupy the driver’s seat for the sixth consecutive day as they prod 1.0930 mark to renew a seven-week high during early Thursday.

In doing so, the Euro pair extends the Federal Reserve (Fed) inspired gains during the one-week-old upward trajectory, as marked by an ascending trend line from March 15, amid bullish MACD signals.

However, a two-month-old horizontal resistance area surrounding 1.0930-35 joins the overbought RSI (14) line to challenge the EUR/USD buyers.

Hence, it becomes necessary for the pair to provide a successful break of 1.0930 to keep the bulls in dominating position otherwise the bears could cheer good profits on a U-turn.

It should be noted that a downward-sloping resistance line from May 2022, around 1.0950 by the press time, also acts as a short-term upside filter for the EUR/USD pair.

That said, a sustained break of 1.0950 could quickly propel the EUR/USD price toward the monthly high of 1.1033. However, the 1.1000 psychological magnet may act as an intermediate halt during the run-up.

On the flip side, a one-week-old ascending support line, close to 1.0800, puts a floor under the EUR/USD price.

However, the pair sellers should remain cautious unless the quote remains beyond the 200-SMA support of 1.0665.

EUR/USD: Four-hour chart

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