As highlighted previously, there are a few things to consider for EUR/USD. bold.
But they are a bit off at 1.0550 and 1.0575, and there is a sizeable level at 1.0600. The number level doesn’t actually offer much technical significance, and in fact the other two important maturity levels do the same. But at least the 100-hour moving average is currently coming in at 1.0581, so expirations at 1.0550 and 1.0575 could offer some additional layers to stop any post-CPI downside price action before it rolls over.
Besides that, there’s not much to do other than keep an eye on EUR/USD’s handful of major expiration dates tomorrow, specifically the 1.0470-75, 1.0515-20 and 1.0630-35 levels.
For more information on how to use this data, you can refer to the article here.