The shared currency is easing further ground on Friday after
hitting fresh tops above 1.3700, currently trading around 1.3660/65
The euro found extra support after the US economy added 157K jobs
during January, below estimates at 160K; while the unemployment
rate up ticked to 7.9% vs. 7.8% previous.
Very light docket in the bloc on Monday is unlike to spark any
selling interest in the euro, as the Spanish Unemployment Change is
due (+150.0K exp.), followed by the Sentix index -3.6 exp.) and the
Producer Prices (+2.2% YoY exp.).
At the moment, the cross is up 0.63% at 1.3663 and a surpass of
1.3815 (high Nov.14) would aim for 1.3833 (61.8% of 2011-2012
On the flip side, support levels lie at 1.3574 (hourly low Feb.1)
and then 1.3542 (low Jan.31).